The science of population and planetary health make my world go round
I connect audiences with the big science questions of today.
Bridging the gap between research and the public, I find surprising ways to translate information into experiences.
Bringing ideas to life.
Graduating from the Royal College of Art’s School of Material in 2015, I’m driven by investigation and experimentation. My work lies at interstice between art, science and technology. I work across different mediums from materials, objects, installations and interfaces to events and educational programmes.
At the Natural History Museum, I connect audiences with big societal and planetary issues through citizen science and national programmes.
Through interdisciplinary collaboration, I explore complex problems or abstract concepts, unearth audience insights, and transform these into something tangible to spark curiosity and debate.