My principal research interest is geological controls on fluid movement in the subsurface. Having previous worked in mining and hydrocarbons, application in these fields is often considered in my research.
Graduating from with a Masters in Geology in 2007 I joined Capita Symonds, supporting geoscience work for the Department of Communities and Local Government (then the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister). We reveiwed application of mineral planning policy in the UK (MPS1), specifically with respect the the aggregates industry. After several months I moved to East Africa to work in mining exploration.
In 2010, I commenced an MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics at the University of Leeds. I was recruited onto the BG Group Graduate Development programme in 2010, completing my MSc thesis with them on stress analysis and elastic dislocation modelling in the Santos Basin. Joining them in 2011, I undertook the two-year graduate develoment programme working in Exploration in the South China Sea, the Integrated Reservoir Modelling Team, US Lower 48 Unconventionals Resources Exploration and as a wellsite and operations geologist with the Knarr Development, Norwegian North Sea.
- Structural geology and geomechanics
- Controls on fluid flow in the subsurface
- Seismic forward modelling of complex geometries
- Fracture analysis and prediction
- Hydrocarbon exploration, appraisal and production
- Petroleum geology
- MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics, University of Leeds
- MGeol Geology
- Geological Society of London
- American Association of Petroleum Geologists
- European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers
- Petroleum Exploration Society of great Britain
- Society of Exploration Geophysicists
- European Geosciences Union
Research groups and institutes
- Institute of Applied Geoscience
- Geosolutions Leeds
- Basin Structure
- Planetary Exploration