As a quantitative human geographer, my research investigates the causes and consequences of different types of spatial inequality, with a particular interest in energy, climate and urban inequalites. I uses spatial, quantitative datasets and methods to understand inequality across multiple scales.
In 2020 I joined the University of Liverpool as a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Planning, and a member of the Geographic Data Science Lab. I am currently a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, working on a four year project mapping ambient vulnerabilities in cities.
I am the Quantiative Geography Section Editor for Geography Compass, Associate Editor of the Urban Energy End-use research theme in the Frontiers in Sustainable Cities journal, Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the Royal Geographical Society Quantitative Methods Research Group, and sit on the GIS Research UK National Steering Committee.