Bristol Mathematics student pieces together the puzzle
Press release issued: 6 November 2020
University of Bristol Mathematics student, Nathan Tozer has recently been featured on the BBC and Epigram for his hobby of completing complex puzzles that has attracted more than 300,000 social media followers.
Nathan began his hobby when he was studying GCSE’s and has since completed over 50 complicated puzzles and has attracted a large following on Tik Tok and Instagram with his fascinating time lapse videos.
“I started in September 2019 and had 1,000 followers but as soon as lockdown hit it skyrocketed,” Nathan told the BBC.
His recent jigsaws include a 4,000 piece of London completed in 48 hours and amazing 5000-piece rainbow spectrum in just over 35 hours both attracting thousands of likes.
Although some of his larger puzzles can take up to 60 hours, Nathan told Epigram that he “quite enjoys breaking them up.”