About Me

I’m originally from the UK, but completed by BSc in Biology and MSc in Ecology & Evolution at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. My focus during my master’s was theoretical evolutionary biology, specifically modelling the evolution of cooperation, but I also gained broader experience such as conducting fieldwork on behavioural variation in wild birds. I’m currently pursuing my PhD in Bern, where I combine modelling and experimental approaches to study species interactions and coexistence within meta-communities. Outside of this, you’ll find me reading, and hiking or biking in nature.