Gregory, a forensic data analyst at ForensicAnalytica in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, began his adventures in computing with a Commodore PET and a Commodore VIC-20 "The Friendly Computer".
He earned a Computer Programming & Systems Analysis Diploma from Toronto School of Business, an Associate in Applied Science (Forensic Computing Science) and a Bachelor of Arts (Natural Sciences / Mathematics) from Thomas Edison State College, and is presently working towards the Data Science Specialization Certificate taught by Johns Hopkins University, whilst planning on pursuing a Master of Forensic Science from National University.
His research interest is in the field of computational forensics, specifically the application of data science to improve the consistency and reliability of forensic and cybersecurity investigations.
Currently a Community Teaching Assistant (CTA) for the Data Scientist's Toolbox, Getting and Cleaning Data, and the Reproducible Research courses (July and August 2015 session) in the Data Science Specialization track, offered by Johns Hopkins University. Previously a Community Teaching Assistant (CTA) for the Data Scientist's Toolbox course, the R Programming course, the Getting and Cleaning Data course, the Exploratory Data Analysis, and the Reproducible Research course in the Data Science Specialization track, offered by Johns Hopkins University; the Cloud Computing Concepts I course in the Cloud Computing Specialization track and the Pattern Discovery in Data Mining course in the Data Mining Specialization track offered by University of Illinois; as well as the Start-up Engineering course offered by Stanford University.
When not working or studying Gregory is hiking with his dogs or playing the classical guitar, mandolin or violin.