indii.org is the home page of Lawrence Murray, collecting together research articles, software, photography and other things. It tries not to be too complicated.


Lawrence Murray is a researcher at the Department of Statistics, University of Oxford, previously working at CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics in Perth, Australia, and receiving his Ph.D. from the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh.

Current research interests are in applied and computational Bayesian statistics, especially state-space models, sequential Monte Carlo (SMC), particle Markov chain Monte Carlo (PMCMC), and high performance computing.


Photography has been an interest for over a decade, beginning with travel and landscape photography, and more recently in minimalist and abstract work, as well as a little street photography.

Digital retouching is also an interest, including developing new algorithms and software, such as the Photoshop plugins Tintii and Urban Lightscape.

Final works are published on this website, but you can also follow work in progress on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

If you would like to order a print or use a photo for any other purpose, please contact lawrence@indii.org to discuss.


Use murray@stats.ox.ac.uk for research-related matters, and lawrence@indii.org otherwise.