- MEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering
Tom is a member of the firm’s tech and engineering practice groups. His work focuses on patent prosecution.
Before joining Swindell and Pearson, Tom worked as a technical lead in the computer software industry gaining experience in computer programming, software development, computer hardware and camera technologies. This included working with differential imaging and audio detection technologies used to aid sports officiating and live television productions.
In his previous role, Tom was the point of contact for a variety of clients having provided technical solution services for clients such as the England Cricket team and officiating and analysis services for television broadcasters at major sporting events across the world including the Ashes and the Cricket World Cup.
Tom obtained a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Bath. During his studies, Tom undertook multiple research projects including designing a low-cost electric wheelchair for less developed countries and developing an in-situ space debris detection system. Tom experienced a wide range of engineering topics which allows him to advise clients in a variety of technical fields.
Outside of work, Tom enjoys travelling, photography and is an avid sports fan.