Current Committee Roles:


About Me:

I am the Collections Manager (Earth Collections) at Oxford University Museum of Natural History, where I am responsible for the day-to-day management of the Vertebrate Palaeontology Collections, including access, care, development, and research.

As a vertebrate palaeontologist I have worked across a variety of taxonomic groups, but my primary research interest lies in sharks and reptiles from the Mesozoic Era. In 2021, I was involved in an excavation in Rutland, of the largest near-complete ichthyosaur skeleton in Britain. I am passionate about engaging the public in science and, subsequent to the Rutland excavation, have delivered a talk and Q&A to over 3,700 school children, at over 140 schools, on fossil marine reptiles.

I have been on the GCG Committee since 2017 in a variety of roles, including Blog Editor. I thoroughly enjoy working with such a talented and dedicated group of professionals, and welcome the opportunity to support the geoscience community within the wider sector.

I am a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and on the organising committee for the Marine Reptile Conference. Further affiliations include the Palaeontological Association, Paleontological Society, and Natural Sciences Collections Association.

Cookies on

We use cookies on this website to improve your browsing experience. Please click accept to agree. You can also refer to our privacy policy at the link provided.