I graduated from Lancaster University with a BSc (Hons) Environmental Science in the summer of 2012.
I briefly worked on the Ecosystem Land Use Modelling (ELUM) project as a field and laboratory assistant based at CEH Lancaster.
I joined the Long Term Large Scale (LTLS) project under the Macronutrient cycles Programme as a Research Associate. I specialised in soil and water processing and analysis, including radiocarbon dating. From this I began an independant PhD project, largely done in my own time.
I am now currently working on the development of a UV miniaturised fourier transform spectrometer for detection of freshwater dissolved organic carbon, and the EU funded Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment (NanoFASE) project.
2009-2012 BSc (Hons) Environmental Science - Lancaster University
Aug 2012-Dec 2012 - Field and Laboratory Assistant - CEH Lancaster
Jan 2013 - Jan 2016 - Research Associate - Soil and Plant Scientist - CEH Lancaster
May 2013 - Present - PhD - "Large Scale Understanding of Natural Organic Matter: Processes and Application"
Present - Contaminant Fate Scientist - CEH Lancaster
BSc (Hons) Environmental Science - Lancaster University