Our team of geographers

Dr Rob Parker

Rob investigating ancient landslides around the summits of the Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye.

Dr Rob Parker BSc, MSc, PhD
Time for Geography Co-founder

Dr Rob Parker is a geography researcher, who conducts world-leading research at top universities in the UK and abroad.

Rob is an expert in physical geography and geographical information systems (GIS), with a special interest in natural hazards. He works in the Appalachian mountains (USA) where landslides caused by hurricanes pose a danger to local communities, and areas of New Zealand, China and Taiwan, where huge earthquakes threaten tens of thousands of people. He is currently based at Cardiff University.

Tim Parker

Tim exploring glaciated landscapes
in the Lake District National Park.

Tim Parker BA, PGCE
Time for Geography Co-founder

Tim Parker is an experienced and innovative geography teacher, and a popular educational blogger.


A regular contributor to various education magazines and websites, including the Times Educational Supplement (TES), Tim’s lesson plans and techniques are used in classrooms across the UK. As a guest speaker at educational meetings, Tim delivers talks on motivating and raising the self-esteem of school students, to improve performance both inside and outside of the classroom.

Howard Parker

Howard scaling Europe's largest ice cap
at Vatnajökull in Iceland

Howard Parker BSc, PGCE
Time for Geography Co-founder

Howard Parker is a geography examiner and an expert in exam performance and technique.

Howard brings a knowledgeable insight into how students can score top marks in their exams. He draws on over 15 years of experience marking exams as a subject specialist for a leading exam board and Head of Geography in an Independent School.

Dr Harriet Ridley

Harriet on fieldwork in the central America

Dr Harriet Ridley BSc, PhD

Dr Harriet Ridley is a leading climate researcher and rock climber.

Harriet is a climate change expert. In the Caribbean and Central America, she works with indigenous communities affected by hurricane hazards and ventures into deep, tropical caves to investigate past climate. As an adventurous rock climber, Harriet frequently undertakes international climbing expeditions, exploring some of the world’s most intriguing geological and geographical areas.

Darren Axe

Darren leading Alpine expeditions

Darren Axe BSc, IML, FRGS

Darren Axe is an international expedition leader and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society

Darren is an International Mountain Leader (IML), Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) and public speaker. His mission is to engage people in exploratory journeys, in the diverse landscapes of the U.K., Europe and further afield. Darren’s work focusses on contemporary debates in sustainable development and the socio-environmental impacts of travel and expeditions.

Production Team

Girish Kumar

Girish Kumar

The Web Guy

Rich Heap

Rich Heap

The Camera man

Phil Vause

Phil Vause

The Drone Guy

John Vause

John Vause

Photography

Emily Bilbie

Emily Bilbie

Graphic Design