After building a strong background in communications and working closely with communities affected by environmental problems, I gained a deeper understanding of how human well-being is directly linked to healthy ecosystems and wildlife conservation and the major role our actions play in the preservation of biodiversity. This inspired me to pursue my passion for the protection of the environment and wildlife with further studies in Conservation Biology.

My aim is to combine my experience in communications with my scientific and research knowledge to promote science and conservation. I am passionate about marine wildlife and love sharing the beauty of the ocean through my underwater photography.

I work closely with the tourism industry, in which I see a great tool for creating awareness and inspiring positive environmental action. My time is divided between this and the management of The Keystone Wildlife Project.