I hold a BSc in Geophysics from the University of Edinburgh and an MSc in Physics of the Earth and Atmosphere from the University of Leeds. While studying, I helped conduct research with the United States Geological Survey. Since graduating, I have worked as a freelance journalist covering science and energy (for publications such as BBC Earth and Scientific American) and have been a team member on research projects led by the University of Oxford and University College London studying CO2 degassing from volcanoes. Most recently, I have worked as an academic editor with a focus on Earth Science.
Person I most admire:
The person I most admire is David Attenborough, for inspiring generations to appreciate the wonder of the natural world.