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I'm a marine biologist and wildlife guide, with a passion for the natural world and the creatures who inhabit it. As a researcher but also a divemaster & freediver, I'm a firm believer in the need to communicate the science as well as the intrinsic value of the ocean and what’s beneath the surface.

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My Story

After completing a Bachelor of Science (Biodiversity & Conservation) and Bachelor of Marine & Antarctic Science (with Honours), I've worked around my home country of Australia & the seas and oceans of the world. My work as a scientist has led to discovering the most plastic-polluted beach in the world on Henderson Island (Pitcairn), finding plastic inside commonly eaten fish in French Polynesia, studying blue whales off Sri Lanka and the deep sea off Tasmania. 

Based in the hills of Byron Bay on Australia's east coast, I live in an off-grid tiny home that I built with with my partner. We live as sustainably as possible in the hope of minimising my own footprint and inspiring positive change. I write for several publications and present to schools, businesses and community groups on how to have a positive impacts on our oceans. 


I hope to use my degree and knowledge to inspire positive change and protect what I love - our big blue planet. 

The Power Of Activism

"THE POWER OF ACTIVISM shines a positive new light on a group of young female activists who are risking it all to change the future thinking of governments and major companies. In true ‘David versus Goliath’ style, these inspirational scientists and conservationists challenge the thinking of out-dated practices that are contributing to climate change.

THE POWER OF ACTIVISM moves beyond a critique of the world’s inaction on climate change, it celebrates the example set by this group of gutsy future-proofers… and actually puts a dollar value on the work they are doing."

Find out more about the documentary here.


If you have questions, comments, or just want to swap some animal facts, then get in touch.

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