I am a conservation biologist and behavioural ecologist, with expertise in animal movement, behaviour, and demography. I'm especially interested in what shapes the behaviour, movement and life history of individual animals, and how this scales up to influence populations.
Currently, my research focuses on evaluating the dynamics and conservation status of bustard populations, using decades of tracking and survey data. I also work on individual variation in behaviour and foraging movements in polar seabirds, and their consequences in a changing environment.
Find out more about more about my research here.