Chris builds and administers databases for our projects. From these databases, he collates the data and outputs it into clear, presentable data tables so that the research team can identify the trends and patterns present. He is also responsible for advising on weighting strategies, quality of data, and calculating the level of confidence that can be ascribed to particular conclusions.
This key role provides the foundation for the insight Morris Hargreaves McIntyre delivers in its quantitative projects. Chris has been part of the team that has worked for clients including the British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Wallace Collection, Tate and Baltic.
After graduating with a MPhys in Mathematical Physics, Chris has put his analytical and inquisitive brain to good use at Morris Hargreaves McIntyre. Chris was instrumental within the Data team that developed and delivered the complex database infrastructure for a consortium of national London-based Museums and Galleries.
Chris is a keen cyclist – pedalling his wares both on and off-road. His favourite haunts include the Peak and Lake Districts, which lie on Manchester’s doorstep. In a similar vein, he also enjoys hiking and has taken this pursuit abroad with visits to the Alps for the Tour de Mont Blanc top of his favourites walks.