Bleddyn earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and presented his research at international conferences. With years of industry experience in product development, automation, and environmental sciences, he enjoys the challenge of creating new technology to address complex real-world problems.
Bleddyn has been a part of the online therianthropy community for over 20 years. His experiences with non-human identity have led him to an intense curiosity about non-human minds and senses. His present research interests include design, control, and body-ownership of prosthetic devices in support of morphological freedom.