Since June 2020, I have been working as a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, working to support Galápagos in achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. As part of this I co-launched an initiative in early 2021 to connect people around the world wishing to support Galápagos with community-led projects on the ground in conservation and sustainability (would you like to help?). You can hear me giving a summary of the various aspects of my work in the video below.

Prior to my current position, I completed my Ph.D, also at Cambridge, researching the impacts of roads on birds in Britain and, alongside my Ph.D, I ran a project in Galápagos studying an introduced bird species.

As well as these, I enjoy science communication, work to raise awareness of abusive relationships and campaign for gender equality, and am a keen wildlife photographer and hiker!