Tony North has thirty years’ experience working and studying in the fields of psychology and education.
In 1988 he received a first class BSc degree in Psychology from the University
of Nottingham. He then worked for several years both as a clinical psychologist working in the area of adult mental health and as a research assistant on studies of dementia and child language disorders.
Tony returned to academia and in 1994 received a Masters in Education from Manchester University. After this he went to the USA to study for a Masters in Developmental Psychology at Penn State University, focusing on gender, emotion and moral development. He graduated in 1997 and went on to take a minor in educational theory.
For the next two years Tony taught history in a secondary school before returning to the UK in 2001. Here he continued to work in education, and since 2004 he has run a business, Time Trips, designing and delivering creative history and science workshops for schools.
In his spare time Tony avidly pursues his hobby of photography. You can see his award-winning photographic work at https://www.artofmacro.com/.