I am an applied ecologist with an interest in assisted evolution, translocations, community ecology and their applications for conservation biology. I specialise in using various behavioural and physiological techniques for conservation applications. My current projects examine the effect of environmental change on phenotypic traits and communities, and examine the use of camera traps for wildlife management across changing landscapes in Australia and south east Asia.
I completed a PhD on the phenotypic effects of captivity at the University of Wollongong in early 2017, advised by Dr. Phillip Byrne and Assoc. Prof. James Wallman. My PhD investigated ways to reduce the adaptations to captivity and in turn how this may help improve CBPs and reintroduction success.