We devise and deliver mathematics and coding provision, from single workshops to term-long courses. Our students usually come from non-traditional backgrounds. We have developed substantial programmes at both Central Saint Martins (UAL) and the City Literary Institute (“City Lit”). We have also run courses at galleries, adult education colleges, schools and other universities. Most of our work has been focused on enhancement rather than deficit, seeking to expand educational horizons and open up “advanced” material to students who would not normally see it.


We write about technical subjects for a general audience. Andrew McGettigan is a financial journalist and the author of the Great University Gamble; Rich Cochrane is the author of Maths Hacks and The Secret Life of Equations.

We have also published peer-reviewed research in philosophy, art and related fields.


We provide consultancy for clients seeking to embed mathematics or coding (or both) into their curricula, or to help students with interests or needs in those areas that cannot easily be supported by existing provision.

We also work as technical advisors to artists who need maths or coding expertise to realise a project.