Post-doctoral research associate in the Institute of Hazard, Risk, and Resilience (IHRR) at Durham University researching slope stabilisation.

PhD in Geotechnical Engineering, September 2018 to August 2022, at Newcastle University sponsored by NERC IAPETUS. Title: ‘Design of road cuttings in lower income countries‘.

Research Intern at the Research and Information Service (RaISe) of the Northern Ireland Assembly for three months from October 2021. During the intern, I produced a blog post on transport trends during the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland, a published research article and blog post on climate change risks to transport infrastructure in Northern Ireland, and a blog article on gambling policy, legislation and reform in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.

Graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2017 with First Class Honors (78%) MSci Geology with International Year. Awarded the Geology Prize for receiving the highest overall mark within the cohort. International year (2016-17) spent at the University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet).

Volunteer researcher at the Open University, Summer 2016. Using the newly developed software, Pro3D (a 3D image viewer), to examine and measure ripple-like bedforms found along the Opportunity rover traverse.