I am pursuing my Master's degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland in collaboration with Environment and Climate Change Canada. The overarching aim of my research is to determine how biological traits and anthropogenic threats drive the vulnerability of the World’s seabirds.
In addition to my Master's research, I am heavily involved with fieldwork, science communication and volunteering:
Over four years, I have worked with 20 seabird species and gained a variety of field experience on four islands in the UK, USA and Canada.
I have communicated science to thousands using numerous mediums including outreach programs, public talks, news interviews, art and blogs.
I compile data to expand the BioTIME database, the largest assemblage level biodiversity time series database available in the world.