I am a Developmental Biologist with a background in understanding the intersection of biology and physics in generating diverse biological shapes.
My research is now focused on understanding key interactions in ecosystems – with an aim to inform ecosystem recovery and preservation approaches. In particular, this work focuses on understanding the interplay between corals and plankton in developing a stable symbiotic relationship that underpins coral reef ecosystems.
Here you will find my publications, blog posts about my experiences as a researcher, and general thoughts on topics I find interesting. I also enjoy photography and creating art, some of which can be found in the ‘artwork’ section of this website.
I am currently based at the University of Cambridge in the Developmental Mechanics group and keen to collaborate on ecosystem recovery related projects.