I am a full-time technical writer (specialising in API documentation) for the engineering software company Aucerna in London.
Samples of my programming activities are on Github.
In spare time I do occasional work as a consultant for the science communication agency Design Science.
I do freelance work on proofreading and editing of academic writing (theses, dissertations) or technical writing. I also do private mathematics tuition: I specialise in secondary maths (KS3 and GCSE), and helping teachers and trainees to prepare for the QTS Numeracy Test.
Other things I have done
In a previous career I was an academic researcher in mathematics education and worked at the University of London Institute of Education, Imperial College London, and the University of Sussex. I got a PhD in Applied Mathematics at Imperial College in 1992, and an MA in Mathematics Education at the Institute of Education in 1999.
Art of Anamorphosis is a maths-art education project which started as an exhibition and website in 2000.