His personal approach to tutoring involves building rapport with the tutee and encouraging them to develop the confidence to think independently. He focuses on helping students develop a deep understanding of concepts and develop proper exam technique, rather than simply lecturing. He believes that building rapport allows students to open up and access the help they need most, and therefore creates an environment in which the student can be open and honest.
In his spare time, he has volunteered with a number of tutoring charities to provide pro bono services to people unable to access traditional tutoring services. This, alongside other outreach work has allowed him to support hundreds of students over the last 5 years and make a real difference in their lives.