Current Committee Role:
I am the Conservator at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth, near Nottingham. Here, I care for a collection of several million geological samples, including fossils, rocks, minerals, microscope slides and borehole materials. I also manage our collections digitisation programme.
I have been a part of the GCG Committee since 2016, and in my previous role co-ordinated the organisation of the 2016 AGM and Seminar day. I find being part of GCG is an excellent way to stay in touch with others who work in similar roles and often face similar challenges.
I am not a geologist by training, rather an engineer, photographer and conservator, but my personal geological favourites are the Lias rocks of Dorset and North Yorkshire, and the Silurian limestones of the Black Country.