I am a river scientist interested in capturing the dynamics of fluvial systems.

I completed my PhD in the Department of Geography at Durham University (2017); investigating flow-vegetation interactions in rivers using a combination of remote sensing and numerical modelling approaches.

Since then I have worked in industry on a range of flood risk related projects for Mott MacDonald (2018), before I joined the University of Manchester as a Lecturer in Physical Geography (2019).

Current post-doctoral research (2019-) focuses on hydrometeorological hazards in tropical rivers, investigating geomorphic change (i.e., erosion and deposition) and flood risk in the Philippines. The work is a collaboration between the University of Glasgow, Brunel University London and University of the Philippines Diliman.

I am an Associate Editor of the journal Acta Geophysica.