Personal profile

Teaching interests

My teaching focus is on the use of geospatial data and technologies, and application of cartographic principles, to create maps and other geovisualisations to explore contemporary topics - primarily in wildlife conservation and environmental protection, and recently also in public health and epidemiology.

Module Leaderships (2023/2024):

  • GE4S003 Applied Geospatial Analysis
  • GE3S23 Earth Observation
  • GE2S014 GIS for Wildlife Conservation
  • BI2S200 Skills and Professional Development 2

Module Leaderships (Former - phased out by revalidation)

  • GE4S012 Remote Sensing for Environmental Management
  • BI2S79 Environmental Modelling for Wildlife Management
  • BI2S112 GIS for the Biological Sciences

Teaching on other modules (2023/2024:

  • GE4D001 Digital Geology
  • BI2S201 Behavioural Ecology
  • BI2S205 Ecological Consultancy
  • ES2S202 Energy Systems
  • ES2S203 Environmental Contaminants
  • BI1S200 Skills and Professional Development 1
  • ES1S202 Resources and Materials
  • ES1S203 Impacts on the Environment
  • ES1S204 Environmental Skills Development

Teaching on other modules (Former - phased out by revalidation)

  • GE2S29 Dynamic Fluvial and Glacial Systems
  • BI2S112 Ethology

I also supervise and co-supervise both undergraduate and postgraduate research projects and lead or assist on fieldwork activities. I also run a regular 'CartoClub' for students to work on or get help with any geospatial work.

Education/Academic qualification

MSc Environmental Conservation Management

Award Date: 16 Dec 2013

BSc (Hons) Geography

Award Date: 16 Jul 2012

External positions

Member, British Cartographic Society

Apr 2022 → …

GIS Consultant, Freelance

2018 → …

Project Assistant - 'The Heritage of Orchards and Cider Making in Wales', Welsh Perry and Cider Society

May 2016Dec 2018


  • G Geography (General)
  • GE Environmental Sciences