What do you do at Riverbank?

I am a director of Riverbank and its original founder, so my main focus is on ensuring we have a successful business. Day-to-day I work on a range of projects to help remove blocks or introduce new technologies.

Outside of work

My defence against old age is cycling – commuting to work, getting out on long rides or going off-road on my newly-restored mountain bike. My son talked me into buying a Manchester United season ticket, which means lots of trips north and weekends in the Peak District with a football match thrown in.

I’m also a trustee of the mammal conservation charity the Vincent Wildlife Trust. It does brilliant work across the UK and Ireland for a range of mammals including bats and pine martens. Find out more here.

Did you know?

I’m really a biologist (that’s the doctor bit).