I am an environmental geographer who specialises in coastal and marine resource management. I am particularly interested in coastal hazard risk management, the institutional and policy frameworks for coastal management, stakeholder networks and public participation, environmental education and interpretation and sustainable development.
I am also interested in the role of museums and other heritage attractions in relation to the public’s understanding of environmental and sustainability issues.
I am a Chartered Geographer and Chartered Marine Scientist and an officer on both the Coastal and Marine Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) and the International Geographical Union's Commission for Marine Geography.
Previous to my current position I was the Senior Specialist (Environment) at the National Maritime Museum (NMM) where I am a Visiting Fellow active with a number of key environment related programmes.
- Shoreline Management
- Marine Spatial Planning
- Marine conservation
- Public engagement with coastal and marine resource management