About

I am a passionate marine scientist who has a love for remote and wild places. I am currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Geophysical Institute at the University of Bergen, Norway, where I study chemical changes in the Arctic ocean. I completed my PhD in marine biogeochemistry at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (University of Tasmania) and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in 2016.

I was once a professional golfer (although not a very good one) and have spent over two years of my life doing diverse field work activities in the Southern Ocean, Antarctica, French Polynesia, and more recently, in the Arctic Ocean north of Svalbard. My current research interests are focussed on marine biogeochemistry, specifically, how carbon is cycled within the ocean and the impact this has on biological productivity and the global climate.