Supervised by Dr. Nick Scott-Samuel, Dr. Roland Baddeley and Professor Innes Cuthill and in collaboration with Olivia Matthews, I am evaluating the effectiveness of military camouflage. That is, given an environment how effective is a particular pattern? In order to objectively and efficiently assess the effectiveness of a camouflage pattern in an environment, one must create an artificial observer that works in a similar manner to humans.
I graduated in Computing (BSc) from Anglia Ruskin University in 2012. My undergraduate project, supervised by Dr. Ian van der Linde, researched whether we can use artificial evolution to develop effective camouflage using artificial prey and human participants as predators.