I am a geoscientist who recently completed a PhD at The University of Adelaide. My research focused on unravelling past environments during the Neoproterozoic Era. This was a dynamic time in Earth's past, as the world experienced climatic shifts, tectonic reorganisation, and biological evolution. As part of my project, I conducted fieldwork in the northern Flinders Ranges, and used sedimentological and geochemical techniques to try and piece together how the world descended into a global icehouse, referred to as "Snowball Earth", roughly 700 million years ago.
Since finishing my PhD, I have continued working within the university environment, as both an administrative officer for the Tectonics and Earth Systems (TES) Research Group and Metal Isotopes Group (MIG), and a research assistant for the Australian Critical Zone Observatory (OZCZO).