About

I’m a postdoctoral researcher at Arthur Rylah Institute, with affiliate associations at ICON Science (RMIT University) and BehaviourWorks Australia (Monash University).

My postdoctoral research is in applied behaviour change, mainly focusing on understanding and promoting behaviours that benefit biodiversity. This research contributes to the Protecting Victoria’s Environment –  Biodiversity 2037 objective of encouraging more Victorians to engage in and act for nature.

Assisting with field work on a predator research project in Washington state during my Fulbright fellowship.

I completed my PhD at the University of Sydney. Prior to that, I worked in environmental research and consulting in Australia, the United States, United Kingdom, and China. You can find more information about my PhD here and my professional experience here.