I qualified as a doctor in 1998 and started my specialist training in ophthalmology in 1999. In 2008, I received Fellowship at the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
I worked at the Vision Eye Institute, Footscray (Melbourne) for over four years, specialising in medical retina, oculoplastics and cataract surgery. On my return to the UK, I took a consultant post at Burton Hospitals NHS Trust.
Since 2016, I have worked for independent providers of community ophthalmology (Newmedica, Phoenix Health Solutions and Anglia Community Eye Services) that provide NHS services to patients, usually from GP practices. I spend approximately two days per week at the Nuneaton RVD service providing anti-VEGF injections.