Sports and events

I’ve been playing with different photography techniques and styles, and some of the results can be found below.


I’ve been taking photos of sports events, both as a hobby and also hired by organisers. Examples include the International Athletics, in Loughborough, which had a few olympian medalist as competitors. I also covered a few road bike races, and at that time I had set up a website to sell shots to competitors.

Self-portraits for the Movember campaign

Charity set … Read more →

Large-scale surveys and statistical analysis

We are seeing the use of alternative approaches to measure user attitudes, specifically, those that offer more robust, useful and actionable attitudinal data. One of these methods is the Best-Worst Scaling (BWS), which has risen in popularity as a choice-based measurement approach. BWS experiments collect both “best” and “worst” information from a set of statements about the product or service offering. These could include attributes, features or product benefits. As such, more information is gathered about the top ranked and … Read more →

How to make excel display sharp time on graph axis

I was trying to make Microsoft Excel display sharp times on graphs, but took me a while to figure out how to. I had this graph of time to complete the task, per group of participants. The X axis displayed the participant group, and the Y axis corresponded to time. But as you can see on the example, instead of showing rounded times like 2, 5 or 10 minutes, Excel was showing fractions like 01:26, 2:53 etc. I would prefer … Read more →