I thrive at the interface between ecology, remote sensing and science communication. An ecologist by training, I relish every opportunity to fuse my backgrounds in ecology, remote sensing and GIS to answer the most complex environmental issues.
My current research interests: Forest remote sensing, imagery analysis and spatial analysis.
I am primarily looking to learn from and engage with the wider geospatial community for new ideas, knowledge and also for my own continued professional development.
It is my honest belief that Earth observation and effective communication, will play a vital role in the future of the environmental sciences, especially in the context of an ever changing planet.