Dr Antonio Chrysostomou is the Head of Science Operations Planning at the Square Kilometre Array Organisation. He is an astronomer from the UK and has conducted research in the formation of stars throughout his career using a variety of techniques and across the electromagnetic spectrum. He has worked at international observatories specialising in the near-infrared and optical at the start of his career through to the radio. In his previous position he was the Associate Director of the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii, and has also enjoyed over 20+ years in academia as a lecturer and researcher. He enjoys photography and is most at home behind a camera rather than in front of it.