Trainee Patent Attorney
Faye has two years experience of working with energy, engineering and electronics related inventions at HGF. She regularly deals with a range of oil and gas related technologies and renewables.
Prior to joining HGF she gained first-hand experience of working with downhole tools, in a mechanical engineering capacity within a multinational service company. In another role, she spent time designing electronics hardware.
Whilst at university, Faye studied general engineering courses and worked on a range of projects, including designing a subsea digital holographic camera and wireless sensor networks for healthcare monitoring.
Within a year of starting at HGF, Faye became a part-qualified patent attorney after studying for a Post-Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Bournemouth UK, which she passed with Merit.
She graduated with a First-Class Honours MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. She was awarded the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) prize for most outstanding student in her final year, and previously received the Peter MacConnell Memorial Prize for the best performance of her year group.