I am an academic teaching specialist in the School of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne. I currently lecture undergraduate and graduate subjects in Usability Evaluation, as well as a graduate subject in Information Systems and a generalist undergraduate Usability subject. My research interests include both Game studies and Human-Computer interaction.
My PhD thesis at The University of Melbourne (supervisors: Associate Professors Martin Gibbs and Wally Smith), was submitted in October 2018. Specifically, my research investigates the hobbyist experience of modern boardgames. I am interested in what players value about boardgames and boardgame play, as well as in how they use the game during play.