Fascinated by wildlife since childhood, I began studying cetaceans off the west coast of Scotland for my Masters degree in Ecological Management 20 years ago. After falling in love with the Hebrides, I spent many years living on the Isle of Mull, studying harbour porpoises and minke whales and guiding whale watching trips.
I have since worked as a researcher, guide, campaigner and consultant on a wide variety of marine mammal research projects, including visual and acoustic surveys in the Baltic Sea, photo-id of cetaceans in South Africa and New Zealand, and an aerial survey of the Great Barrier Reef. In 2012 I crossed the Atlantic on RV Song of the Whale conducting visual and acoustic cetacean studies.
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