Why do things look as they do? How does the visual system represent and transform information, giving rise to conscious perception? I explore these questions using psychophysics and computational modelling. I’m currently interested in peripheral sensitivity and mid-level visual representations, with a focus on using naturalistic stimuli. I have worked on crowding, motion-induced blindness, binocular rivalry, contrast perception, macular degeneration, hazard perception in driving, and employing Bayesian statistical methods. I also promote reproducible research and open science.