I graduated from the University of St Andrews in 2020 with an MMath in mathematics and statistics. Here I focused on data science and statistics whilst undertaking a project in statistical ecology, modelling the behaviour of snow leopards with the use of spatial data. I have a keen interest in programming, particularly with R and Python and look to use these within the field of Spatial Statistics or Bayesian Modelling. I have joined the COMPASS programme looking to enhance these skills so that I am able to use data driven solutions to tackle some of the real world problems facing us today. I am now working with Dr Matteo Fasiolo and Professor Nick Whiteley on a project entitled Scalable Additive Models for Forecasting Electricity Demand and Renewable Production. We hope to build models for consumption that are able to quickly adapt to market shocks .