Hi, I’m an Associate Professor and FRBC/West Fraser research chair in the Ecosystem Science and Management Progam at UNBC. I consider myself to be a quantitative forest scientist, and I work to understand the trade-offs and synergies among economic production, ecosystem services and conservation in forested ecosystems. I received my PhD in Forest Conservation from the University of Queensland in 2011. I undertook two ARC post-doc fellowships before moving to the University of Northern British Columbia in 2016. I am passionate about using quantitative spatial analyses to inform real-world forest management decisions that balance what are often conflicting values.