My name is Jack Hollis Farrell, and I am a Ph.D. student in physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I'm also a freelance filmmaker and a science communicator.

My research focuses on Condensed Matter Physics, the theoretical physics of materials; this wide field includes some of the theory behind Quantum Computers, Superconductors, and more. A complete (and short!) list of my research works can be found on Google Scholar.

My freelance and independent filmmaking has involved short-form science communication pieces and a long-form research documentary.

I was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where I went to high school. In 2017, I moved to Toronto to start university at the University of Toronto, and I graduated in June of 2021. After that, I moved to Boulder, Colorado to start my Ph.D. at the University of Colorado at Boulder.