In 2020 I joined the University of Liverpool as a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Planning, where I am a member of the Geographic Data Science Lab

As a quantitative human geographer, my research investigates the causes and consequences of different types of spatial inequality, with a particular interest in energy poverty and vulnerability. I uses spatial, quantitative datasets and methods to understand inequality across multiple scales. 

I am currently an Associate Editor of the Urban Energy End-use research theme in the Frontiers in Sustainable Cities journal, a Supergen Energy Networks Early Career Representative, and Equality and Diversity Officer for the Royal Geographical Society Quantitative Methods Research Group.

I would love to hear from you, please get in touch via email or twitter.