About The Raspberry Pi Guy

The Raspberry Pi Guy is a project that aims to offer you the best Raspberry Pi experience possible by providing free tutorials and educational videos on YouTube. On my channel, I cover all manner of Raspberry Pi based subjects in an easy-to-follow and accessible way: from DIY electric skateboarding to robotics.  This website features a catalogue of my videos and other work, Raspberry Pi information and my latest news. Check out my YouTube channel and follow me on Twitter @RaspberryPiGuy1

I am the author of “Learn Robotics with Raspberry Pi”, published by No Starch Press.  My book teaches you how to build and code a robot from scratch – with no prior experience necessary. Covering topics like basic electronics, Python programming, motor control, line following and computer vision – it is the perfect introduction for new makers and people wanting to get involved in electronics and coding. Learn more and order on Amazon or No Starch.

About me: My name is Matt Timmons-Brown and I am a 21 year old student originally from Cambridge, UK. I am currently a penultimate year undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh, UK studying for a BSc in Computer Science. Alongside being an author (“Learn Robotics with Raspberry Pi”) and YouTube creator (The Raspberry Pi Guy), I have previously worked at Amazon Robotics (London), Huawei (Beijing/Shenzhen) and Arm (Cambridge).

Currently working on bi-manual humanoid robotics research in the Robotics Laboratory (Edinburgh Centre for Robotics) at Edinburgh University, under Prof. Sethu Vijayakumar.

Strong interest and skills in Software Development, Robotics, Electronics and more. International business experience and training. Actively seeking internship/employment opportunities for 2021 and beyond – please get in touch.

You can reach me through the contact form on this website, or send me a DM on Twitter. Whether you want to discuss a new project, partnership or something else entirely: I am all ears. CV available on request, or connect with me on LinkedIn.

Last Updated: 2/11/2020