I am a passionate science communicator and find every opportunity I can to share the wonders of the natural world. I have been published in Australian Geographic, Biosphere and The Conversation and I have worked in science communication for Code Club Australia and the Australian Museum. I am always up for school visits, talks, events and professional commentary. For inquiries contact me via email.
In Situ Science
I am the founder and director of In Situ Science In Situ Science, a registered charity dedicated to supporting Australian research, exploration, and education. I host the In Situ Science podcast and produce content for the In Situ Science YouTube channel and live events. Visit the In Situ Science website to find out more about Australian scientists and how they make groundbreaking discoveries. Think of it like a ‘behind-the-scenes’ look into real science!
You’ll often see me waxing lyrical about science at public events including Pint of Science, National Science Week and the Sydney Science Festival. I regularly chat the Radio National’s Science Show, and to ABC Newcastle about the amazing world of spiders on their Creepy But Curious segment. I am a member of the New England North West Regional Science Hub and help bring their Science in the Club series to regional Australia. My favourite events are those that don’t take science too seriously. Here’s a clip of me talking about some not-so-accurate science at BAHfest in Sydney…