Lion cub lying on top of a kopje in the serengeti national park looking straight at the ca

Social Media

Social media has changed the way that scientists communicate with the public. It is a powerful engagement tool which, if used correctly, could inspire young minds and increase the number of people entering the scientific world.

Let's Connect

  • Twitter


Twitter is a wonderful place to connect with other scientists and conservation biologists. I love keeping up to date with current topics and hearing about some of the vital research projects that are being carried out around the world.

  • Instagram


Using my photography as a medium for science communication, I'm determined to be a voice for the voiceless and to share the stories of those who work tirelessly to conserve some of the most endangered species on the planet. 

  • LinkedIn


An incredible platform for expanding your professional network, I'd love to connect with you in LinkedIn so I can find out more about your research and stay up to date with current topics.

The Power of Social Media

I strongly believe that raising awareness and increasing public engagement is the key to successful conservation efforts and through my social media channels, I am able to reach out to an audience who may not be aware of the challenges our planet is facing. ​

Connecting with more than 27,000 people via regular posts and story updates, I'm passionate about sharing the beauty of our natural world and hope that I can inspire people to fight for it.

National Geographic Feature

I was thrilled to have one of my photographs posted on the NatGeoYourShot Instagram page, and subsequently shared in a Newsletter!