I am a PhD student at The University of New South Wales (UNSW). For my doctoral research I am investigating the role of dingoes as apex predators in the Australian Alps, with a focus on how anthropogenic control of their populations affects ecosystem structure and functioning in alpine environments.
Past work that I have been involved in has included scavenging ecology, the impacts of light pollution, recovery of critically endangered species, and beach/coastal ecology.
I am also keenly interested in predator ecology, human-wildlife conflict, and ecology and conservation biology in the context of sustainable development, especially in agricultural settings and in developing nations.
Research assistant, The University of the Sunshine Coast
Research assistant, Western Sydney University
The University of Sydney, Master of Philosophy (Science)
The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Monash University, Bachelor of Environmental Science
Carcass use by mesoscavengers drives seasonal shifts in Australian alpine scavenging dynamics, Wildlife Research
The predatory impacts of invasive European wasps on flies are facilitated by carcasses with open wounds, Food Webs
Risk aversion and uncertainty create a conundrum for planning of a critically endangered species , Conservation Science and Practice
Quantifying the impact of light pollution on sea turtle nesting using ground-based imagery, Remote Sensing