CV or Resume


I'm an Earth Systems research scientist and climate solutions champion with 7+ years of experience spearheading complex interdisciplinary initiatives that improve understanding of Earth systems, formerly at the University of Oxford, Imperial College, and now University College London. I'm also a senior team member of a think-tank mobilising geoscience-based climate solutions through UN advocacy and research. Now I'm focused on rapidly advancing impactful climate solutions through holistic outcome-oriented science/tech-based development and venture building.

Experience (selected):

2024 - now Founder in Residence, Climate (Full time) at Wilbe, Home for Scientist Leaders

2024 - now Communications Lead at Geology for Global Development

2023 - 2024 Research Associate at University College London

2022 - 2024 Fellow and Founder in Residence at Wilbe

2017 - 2024 Author and Content Editor at Geology for Global Development

2022 - 2023 Academic Visitor at the University of Oxford

2022 Research Associate at the University of Bristol

2021 - 2022 Research Associate at the University of Oxford

2021 Research Associate at Durham University

2017 - 2021 Geology PhD candidate, University of Plymouth

2013 - 2017 MSci (Hons) Geology, Imperial College London (First Class)



BSG Early Career Researcher Grant, BSRG Steve Farrell Fund, BSG Postgraduate Conference Grant, QRA Quaternary Conference Fund, International Association of Sedimentologists Postgraduate Grant, British Society for Geomorphology Postgraduate Research Grant, Quaternary Research Association New Research Workers Award, Geological Remote Sensing Group Student Award, International Association of Sedimentologists Student Travel Grant 


British Sedimentological Research Group Award for Sedimentology Thesis, Imperial College Engineering Dean’s list, Burton & Garran Distinguished Scholar