Our team of geographers and geoscientists

Dr Rob Parker

Rob investigating ancient landslides in Snowdonia

Dr Rob Parker BSc, MSc, PhD
Project Director

Dr Rob Parker is a geography and geoscience lecturer, film producer and coordinator of Time for Geography.

Rob is passionate about the role of geographers and geoscientists in addressing the biggest challenges we face, through interdisciplinary research, discovery and innovation. Through Time for Geography, Rob facilitates a unique community of the world’s leading geographers and organisations, to help support geography’s next generation in their journey from the classroom to university and careers shaping the future of our world.

Tim Parker

Tim exploring glaciated landscapes in the Lake District National Park.

Tim Parker BA, PGCE
Lead Teacher and Examiner

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.

Dr Harriet Ridley

Harriet exploring granite big walls in Tsaranoro, Madagascar

Dr Harriet Ridley BSc, PhD
Production Coordinator

Dr Harriet Ridley is a palaeoclimatologist and Production Coordinator at Time for Geography.

Harriet is a passionate geographer, with a particular interest in palaeoclimate science. Before Time for Geography, she conducted research in the Caribbean and Central America, venturing into deep, tropical caves to investigate past climate using geochemical signals in stalagmites. As an adventurous rock climber, Harriet frequently undertakes international climbing trips, exploring some of the world’s most intriguing geological and geographical areas.

Simon Ross

Simon on fieldwork in Madeira

Simon Ross BA, PGCE
Curriculum Adviser

Simon Ross is a former Head of Geography and prolific author of geographical teaching resources.

Simon has written extensively for the new GCSE and A-level specifications. He acts as a geography consultant for a variety of organisations, and has written and presented educational videos from locations around the world, including Iceland and Italy. He also delivers CPD training for teachers and students. In his spare time he enjoys running and tending his allotment!

Dr Claire Earlie

Claire out on fieldwork in South Wales

Dr Claire Earlie

Dr Claire Earlie is a coastal geomorphology expert, conducting geographical research at universities in the U.K., France and the USA.

As a field scientist specialising in how extreme waves affect our coastlines, Claire has studied some of the biggest storms the west coast of the U.K. and France have experienced over the last century. Claire is fascinated by the ocean and how it interacts with the land, studying and teaching everything coastal. Claire is currently a Lecturer in Coastal Processes at Cardiff University.

Ellie Barker

Ellie Barker

Ellie Barker BSc, PGCE
The Curious Geographer

Ellie is a YouTuber, geography teacher, examiner and textbook author.

Ellie is passionate about exploring the life and work of geographers from around the world, including academics, authors and activists. By revealing their stories to students, through in-depth, live interviews, Ellie aims to inspire a new generation to pursue exciting geographical careers and address major global challenges.

Dr Richard Waller

Dr Richard Waller

Dr Richard Waller MA, PhD

Richard is an expert on glaciers, permafrost and the landscape impacts of Arctic climate change.

Richard has been fascinated by mountain environments since he studied geography at school. His research focuses on the distinctive processes and landforms that occur in glacial and permafrost environments, providing amazing opportunities to work in Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Alaska and the Canadian Arctic. Richard is currently a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at Keele University.

Dr Carol Ekinsmyth

Dr Carol Ekinsmyth

Dr Carol Ekinsmyth BA, PhD

Carol is a Human Geographer with expertise in cities, the creative industries and entrepreneurship.

Carol is fascinated by the relationship between places, industries and work. She is a leading scholar in the areas of self-employment, women's entrepreneurship and ways in which place and social factors influence people's working lives. Carol is a Principal Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Portsmouth.

Gabriella Vincent-Hann

Gabriella Vincent-Hann

Gabriella Vincent-Hann

Environmental Geoscientist interested in Climate and Sustainability.

Having grown up on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, Trinidad and Tobago and Vancouver, Canada, Gabriella has an avid interest in the natural environment. When she's not presenting Time for Geography videos, she enjoys spending her time outdoors wild swimming and sailing!

Prof Donald Houston

Prof Donald Houston

Prof Donald Houston BA, MSc, PhD

Donald is Professor of Economic Geography and Head of Geography at the University of Portsmouth.

Donald conducts research and advises the government on why some towns and cities succeed economically, while others do not. Donald has particular expertise in unemployment, travel to work patterns, and the changing locations of jobs and housing in cities.

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.

Howard Parker

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

Howard Parker BSc, PGCE

Howard is a geography examiner and a specialist 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 Chris Spencer

Chris on fieldwork on the Somerset coast

Dr Chris Spencer BSc, MSc, PhD, PGCHE

Chris is a physical geographer specialising in coastal geomorphology, coastal management and reconstructing past environments.

A senior lecturer in coastal processes and coastal management at the University of the West of England, Bristol, Chris conducts research into reconstructing Quaternary Environments in British coastal lowlands. He has an interest in Geography educational outreach, & delivers keynote lectures and workshops to schools.

Dr Hywel Griffiths

Hywel on fieldwork in Wales

Dr Hywel Griffiths BSc, MSc, PhD

Hywel is an expert in the physical, historical and cultural geographies of flooding.

Hywel specialises in the geomorphological effects of floods, reconstructing flood histories and how they are perceived by society. He works mainly in Wales, but has also worked in Ireland, South America and South Africa. Hywel is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University.

Sioned Llywelyn

Sioned on fieldwork in the Canadian Rockies

Sioned Llywelyn BSc, MSc, AFHEA

Sioned is currently completing her PhD on Welsh geoheritage at the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University.

Sioned specialises in the relationship that exists between Welsh landscapes, heritage and culture, and how integrating different forms of knowledge can attract more visitors and enhance their experiences of Welsh landscapes.

Dr Sian Davies-Vollum

Sian on fieldwork in West Africa

Dr Sian Davies-Vollum BSc, MSc, PhD

Sian is Head of the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Derby.

Sian specialises in sedimentology, which she uses to research the evolution of modern and ancient river and coastal environments. Fieldwork has taken her across the world with projects in Europe, North America and West Africa.

Dr Howard Fox

Howard on fieldwork at Stonehenge

Dr Howard Fox

Dr Howard Fox is a Senior Lecturer in Geography at the University of Derby.

Howard is a Geomorphologist who specialises in coastal geomorphology. He has worked for 25 years in southern Morocco on a variety of projects, including cliff erosion and tidal estuaries on the Atlantic coast, water supply in mountain villages and conservation of the argan woodland.

Dr Toby Tonkin

Dr Toby Tonkin

Dr Toby Tonkin

Toby is a physical geographer with an interest in terrestrial glacial landsystems.

As part of his research, Toby has deployed drones and ground-penetrating radar to sites in Sweden and Norway to help understand how glacial landscapes and landforms evolve following deglaciation. Toby currently works as a Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Derby.

Dr William Monteith

Dr William Monteith

Dr William Monteith

Will is a lecturer in human geography at Queen Mary University of London.

Will's research explores experiences of work – or ‘making do’ – at the margins of formal economies; the politics and products produced by these experiences, and the ways in which they are transforming cities and societies.

Dr Sue Dawson

Dr Sue Dawson

Dr Sue Dawson BSc PhD

Sue is an expert on tsunamis and Head of Geography & Environmental Science at the University of Dundee.

Sue is a hazard geoscientist with expertise in extreme coastal change, including tsunamis and storms. Her research considers the impact of tsunamis generated by submarine landslides and earthquakes, and the potential for tsunami hazards to increase with the response to climate change in the Arctic.

Dr Simon Cook

Dr Simon Cook

Dr Simon Cook BSc, PhD, FHEA

Simon is a Seniour Lecturer in Environmental Change at the University of Dundee.

Simon is a geoscientist who specialises in glaciology, geohazards and the geomorphology of mountain landscapes. His work focuses on understanding how mountain environments respond to climate change, and how people are affected by this through changes to water supply and hazards like glacial lake outburst floods and landslides.

Dr Melissa Lazenby

Dr Melissa Lazenby

Dr Melissa Lazenby

Melissa is a climate scientist and lecturer in global climate change at the University of Sussex.

Melissa's research focusses on the climate of southern Africa. As a climate scientist, she is passionate about teaching and ensuring that climate information is communicated as widely as possible, to guide better decision-making.

Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price

Heather is a lecturer in environmental geography at the University of Stirling.

Heather is fascinated by the relationship between people and the environment, and her research focuses on environmental pollution and public health. She has a particular interest in working within informal settlements (or slums) in rapidly urbanising areas where levels of pollution are often greatest. Her research takes her to exciting destinations like Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania.

Dr Emma Liu

Dr Emma Liu

Dr Emma Liu

Volcanologist using drones to explore previously inaccessible volcanic gases!

Volcanoes are spectacular natural phenomena that have shaped the Earth over geological timescales. As a volcanologist, my research investigates what makes volcanoes 'tick' and I focus on measuring volcanic gases to reconstruct what is happening deep beneath the surface. I use drones to carry my sensors high up into the volcanic plume and take measurements that would otherwise never be possible.

Dr Tom Pering

Dr Tom Pering

Dr Tom Pering

Volcanologist at the University of Sheffield.

Tom is a volcanologist and Lecturer at the Department of Geography (University of Sheffield), who studies gas release from volcanoes. In particular, Tom focuses on eruptions of basaltic magmas, and is interested in low-cost methods for measuring volcanic activity. Tom's work regularly takes him to exciting volcanic locations, including locations such as Nicaragua, Peru, and Vanuatu.

Tony Escritt

Tony Escritt

Tony Escritt MA, PGCE

Iceland guide and specialist in geography educational field studies.

Tony has a degree in geography and is a field studies consultant and guide for the Icelandic educational travel company Trex. As a experienced location adviser for numerous films and documentaries, Tony helps support Time for Geography's overseas production activities in Iceland!

Dr Rhian Meara

Dr Rhian Meara

Dr Rhian Meara BSc, PhD

Rhian is a geologist with a particular interest in volcanic eruptions and geochemistry.

Rhian has been fascinated by natural hazards and volcanic eruptions since visiting Iceland on a family holiday when she was 12 years old! She has studied volcanoes and their deposits in Iceland, the USA and Japan and is a lecturer in Physical Geography and Geology lecturer working at Swansea for the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.

Dr Mary Kelly

Dr Mary Kelly

Dr Mary Kelly BA, MPhil, PhD

Mary is a human geographer specialising in the areas of social, cultural and historical geography.

Mary is a senior lecturer at Kingston University where she teaches Introduction to Human Geography, Social and Cultural Geography, Geographical Theory and Practice and Global Rural Geographies. Her research interests include migration studies, literary geographies and historical GIS.

Dr Sarah Arnold

Dr Sarah Arnold

Dr Sarah Arnold MA, PhD

Sarah is a researcher and lecturer in ecology and entomology at the University of Greenwich.

Sarah previously completed degrees at the University of Cambridge and then Queen Mary, University of London, where she was introduced to the fascinating diversity of UK and global ecosystems and the processes driving them. Her research areas now encompass managing agricultural to support insects that benefit crops.

Dr Tim Lane

Dr Tim Lane

Dr Tim Lane BSc, MSc, PhD

Tim is a lecturer in Physical Geography at Liverpool John Moores University.

Tim is a physical geographer who specialises in glacial geomorphology, environmental change and landscape development in glaciated regions. He is particularly interested in the behaviour of Arctic Ice Sheets and glaciers during the last glacial cycle. He uses a combination of field and laboratory techniques, and has undertaken fieldwork in Greenland, Iceland, Norway, USA, and Kenya.

Dr Angela Gallego-Sala

Dr Angela Gallego-Sala

Dr Angela Gallego-Sala BSc, MSc, PhD, PGCHE

Angela is an Associate Professor in Ecosystems and Biogeochemical Cycles at the University of Exeter

Angela is a biogeochemist who focuses on carbon cycling through terrestrial ecosystems. She is passionate about peatlands and endeavours to understand how these ecosystems respond to climate change and human pressures. She has carried out fieldwork in the tropics and sub-polar environments to better understand carbon cycling in peatlands.

Professor Chris Fogwill

Professor Chris Fogwill

Professor Chris Fogwill

Chris studies climate change, and its impacts on Earth's ice sheets and oceans today and in the past.

Chris is Professor of Glaciology and Palaeoclimate at Keele University and Adjunct Professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia. His research – focused on Antarctic ice-sheet history and global sea level rise – is truly multidisciplinary, spanning Quaternary ice-sheet reconstruction, the development of new climate archives from snow and ice, and ice sheet and Earth system modelling.

Professor Harriet Bulkeley

Professor Harriet Bulkeley

Professor Harriet Bulkeley FBA FAcSS

Harriet is Professor of Geography at Durham University UK and Utrecht University in the Netherlands

Harriet’s research focuses on environmental governance and the politics of climate change, energy and sustainable cities. She’s interested in the growth of urban experiments in response to the challenges of sustainable development and the implications for social justice. She currently co-ordinates the H2020 project NATURVATION examining how nature-based solutions can contribute to urban futures.

David Hurley

David Hurley

David Hurley BEng (Hons), CEng, FICE

David is a Chartered Civil Engineer and a Drainage Specialist at Atkins

David is a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and has 24 years of experience working on infrastructure projects. He is an expert in drainage design and works on many large projects in the UK and abroad. He was the Atkins drainage lead for the London 2012 Olympic Park and the Heathrow Expansion Project.

Professor Richard Yarwood

Professor Richard Yarwood

Professor Richard Yarwood BA, PhD

Richard is a Professor of Human Geography at the University of Plymouth

Richard has wide interests in human geography and specialises in rural geography, social geography and citizenship. He has recently examined the geographies of crime; military geographies and the city; living on canal boats and migration. He is passionate about communicating geography, edits the GA's 'Geography' and is a member of Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team, Pymouth.

Dr Olivia Wilson

Dr Olivia Wilson

Dr Olivia Wilson

Olivia is a Human Geographer and a Planner

Olivia started her career as a Rural Geographer and was lucky to spend almost three years working in New Zealand researching changes in farming. She has also worked as a planner at Plymouth City Council, making policies and working on exciting projects . Her academic interests now focus on urban planning and provision of green spaces and she is an active member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.

Dr Stephen Essex

Dr Stephen Essex

Dr Stephen Essex BA, PhD

Stephen is an Associate Professor (Reader) in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Plymouth.

Stephen is a human geographer. His research focuses on the formulation of planning and public policy related to sustainable urban transformations, including mega-events, post-war reconstruction and sustainable tourism.

Dr Daniel Koomson

Dr Daniel Koomson

Dr Daniel Koomson BA, MSc, PhD

Daniel is a geographer specialising in climate change adaptation and resilience

Daniel is a geography researcher, whose recent work focuses on understanding how the livelihoods of people in small-scale fishing communities are impacted by climate change. He also has expertise in sustainable forestry and nature management, and in 2021 he gained his PhD from the University of Derby.

Professor Jon Shaw

Professor Jon Shaw

Professor Jon Shaw BSc, PG Dip, PhD

Head of School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Plymouth.

A human geographer, Jon is interested in mobility and transport—where people travel, why and how they go places, and why that matters. His recent book with Iain Docherty, Transport Matters, used a ground-breaking approach to explain these things by focusing on the everyday journeys made by a fictional British family, the Smiths. Jon has worked in the UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.

Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson MA, MEd

Geography fieldwork specialist

Richard is a British teacher who has been based in Spain since 2001. He specialises in teaching geography fieldwork and runs his own fieldwork centre in Mallorca. He has worked with student groups from over 30 different countries and is a passionate advocate of learning outside the classroom. Areas of interest include coastal management, tourism, urban/rural regeneration and water security.

Dr Bethan Davies

Dr Bethan Davies

Dr Bethan Davies BA, MSc, PhD

Bethan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London

Bethan is a glaciologist and glacial geologist interested in the interaction between glaciers and climate over multiple timescales. Her current research interests are orientated towards the Antarctic Peninsula and the former ice sheets in Britain and Patagonia.

Dr Aidan Hesslewood

Dr Aidan Hesslewood

Dr Aidan Hesslewood BA, PhD, PGCE

Aidan is a geography teacher, department head and a Geographical Association activist.

After completing a PhD on representations of youth in the night-time economy, Aidan trained to be a secondary geography teacher. He is a GA consultant, GA branch chair, an editorial member of Teaching Geography, and SGQM moderator. In 2018, Aidan won the RGS-IBG Ordnance Survey Award for excellence in secondary geography education.

Alan Kinder

Alan Kinder

Alan Kinder

Alan is Chief Executive of the Geographical Association

A former geography teacher, field studies officer and teacher trainer, Alan now leads the professional association for teachers of geography, the GA. His work involves advocating for geography education, including at government level, representing the view of teachers of geography and coordinating the GA’s national and international work to support high-quality geography in schools.

Dr Kieran Baxter

Dr Kieran Baxter

Dr Kieran Baxter BA, MSc, PhD

Kieran is a lecturer in Communication Design at the University of Dundee.

After completing a PhD in landscape heritage visualisation Kieran has continued to investigate the role of design and media practices in science communication. In addition to his lectureship at University of Dundee he also holds a postdoc position at University of Iceland where he researches how glacier downwasting and climate change can be effectively communicated to public audiences.

Dr Matt Finn

Dr Matt Finn

Dr Matt Finn BA, MA, PhD, PCAP, FHEA

Matt is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Exeter.

Matt's interests centre on geography, education and childhood. He explores the complex place and power of education in people's lives and works to understand how childhood and young people's lives vary globally. His brings this to his work on geographical learning and education.

Sam Hawkins

Sam Hawkins

Sam Hawkins MEnv

Sam is a geography teacher and outdoor instructor, specialising in outdoor education.

Sam is an outdoor education tutor in North Wales. He teaches young people how to apply geographical fieldwork skills as part of the national curriculum. He is passionate and knowledgeable about the natural landscape and as a climbing and canyoning instructor, Sam shares this passion and knowledge while delivering adventurous outdoor activities.

Dr Lynda Yorke

Dr Lynda Yorke

Dr Lynda Yorke

Lynda is a Quaternary geomorphologist and Senior Lecturer of Physical Geography at Bangor University

Lynda investigates former glacial and riverine environments using a combination of sedimentology and geomorphology, and is interested in understanding the processes that drive change in these environments. She mostly works in the UK and Norway.

Marian Jacobs

Marian Jacobs

Marian Jacobs BA, MA, MSc

Marian is a Ph.D candidate in Geography at King's College London

Marian's research focuses on environmental and energy geographies and urban political ecology of energy transitions in West and Eastern Europe. He is particularly interested in applying critical theory to analyse the relationship between structures of energy governance, energy science (especially thermodynamics) and environmental dynamics.

Professor Jenny Pickerill

Professor Jenny Pickerill

Professor Jenny Pickerill BA MSc Ph.D

Jenny is a Professor of Environmental Geography at the University of Sheffield

Jenny is interested in everyday approaches to reducing environmental impacts. She works with people who build their own Eco-houses, live in Eco-communities, and take part in environmental campaigns and protest to understand what, why and how people seek to live differently. She has worked with innovative and inspiring people taking part in social change.

Dr Shasta Marrero

Dr Shasta Marrero

Dr Shasta Marrero MS, Ph.D

Shasta is a geomorphologist using geochronology to understand the processes shaping our landscape

Shasta investigates the landscape by dating rocks, combining fieldwork, lab work, and computer coding. Although she loves glaciers and glacial moraines, she is also interested in surface processes, such as erosion. She has visited all seven continents, including fieldwork in Antarctica, Kyrgyzstan, USA, and Scotland. Shasta is a lecturer in Environmental & Physical Geography at Cardiff University.

Dr Ankit Kumar

Dr Ankit Kumar

Dr Ankit Kumar BA, MSc, PhD

Ankit is a Lecturer in Development and Environment within the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield.

Ankit is interested climate and energy justice in the global South. His research focuses on the connections between culture, knowledge and politics, and draws from critical development studies, postcolonial studies and environmental geographies. His work is published in several journals, including Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Social and Cultural Geography, Antipode and Energy Research and Social Science.

Dr Chris Parker

Dr Chris Parker

Dr Chris Parker Bsc, PhD

Chris is a physical geographer specialising in river science and management.

Chris is interested in all aspects of river science and management, including predicting where erosion and deposition will occur, and understanding the impact of fallen trees. Chris is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

Dr Debadayita Raha

Dr Debadayita Raha

Dr Debadayita Raha Ph.D

Deb is an Environmental Social Scientist, Lecturer and Programme Leader in Environmental Sustainability

Deb specialises in human geography and international development. Her research focuses on interlinkages of human and environmental changes in urban and rural communities of the Global South analysing livelihood, energy, water and sanitation, women, and governance. She uses qualitative, participatory, and ethnographic methods in the context of India and Ghana.

Dr Catherine Oliver

Dr Catherine Oliver

Dr Catherine Oliver MSci, PhD

Catherine is a human geographer specialising in food, animals and the environment

Catherine is currently researching urban chickens and their keepers in London, exploring the ethical and environmental reasons that people are turning to this alternative lifestyle. Previously, Catherine has researched the growth of veganism in Britain.

Dr Christopher Turner

Dr Christopher Turner

Dr Christopher Turner BSc, MSc, PhD

Chris is a Research Fellow in Food Systems and Public Health Nutrition at the Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich

Chris is an interdisciplinary food systems researcher with a background in human geography and public health nutrition. In his food environment research, he uses participatory methods, such as qualitative-GIS and Photovoice, to investigate drivers of food acquisition and to co-design public health policies for sustainable healthy diets.

Dr Caroline Day

Dr Caroline Day

Dr Caroline Day BA, MA, PhD

Caroline is a Senior Lecturer and the Programme Lead for Geography at the University of Portsmouth

Caroline is a human geographer specialising in the geographies of children, youth and families. Her research focuses on the transitions to adulthood of young people in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly addressing how caring responsibilities, education, employment and aspirations, as well as the influence and acceptance of gender-based violence, impact the opportunities for youth growing up.

Prof Iain Stewart

Prof Iain Stewart

Prof Iain Stewart

Iain is a Earth scientist specialising in the communication of geoscience to public audiences

As the El Hassan Research Chair in Sustainability at the Royal Scientific Society in Jordan, Iain is exploring how geoscience knowledge and understanding of natural hazards, geoenergy and climate change contribute to the on-the-ground challenges of sustainable development.

Dr Rebecca Collins

Dr Rebecca Collins

Dr Rebecca Collins MA, MSc, PhD

Rebecca is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Deputy Head of Dept at the University of Chester

Rebecca is a human geographer with particular research interests in young adulthood, material cultures of youth, household and neighbourhood sustainability, and everyday lived experiences of sustainable production and consumption.

Jacob London

Jacob London

Jacob London

Jacob is a Product Specialist at Rab/ Lowe Alpine

Jacob works in the outdoor clothing industry. In his role as Product Specialist for Rab Equipment, he communicates key product information to retail staff around the UK, from the suitability of each product for certain activities to their environmental impacts.

Megan Sixt

Megan Sixt

Megan Sixt BSc

Megan is an Ecologist and Research SCUBA diver

Megan an ecologist, interested in estuaries, temperate rocky intertidal zones and tropical freshwater ecosystems. She is currently based in Gabon, Africa where she is a field technician and videographer in Lopé National Park.

Professor Peter Mackie

Professor Peter Mackie

Professor Peter Mackie

Peter Mackie is a Human Geographer focused on achieving social justice through his research

Pete is a Professor of Human Geography at Cardiff University, recognised as a leading international expert in the field of housing and homelessness. He is also interested in urban livelihoods and has explored issues of child labour, rights to public space, and livelihoods during conflict and crises, particularly amongst refugees.

Design and production team

Emily Bilbie

Emily Bilbie

Project Manager

Girish Kumar

Girish Kumar

The Web Guy

Anna Korecká

Anna Korecká

Videography

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Catalina Jaume Gayà

Videography

Vratislav Karas

Vratislav Karas

Videography

Liam Matthews

Liam Matthews

Videography

Oliver Draper

Oliver Draper

Videography

Josh Carron

Josh Carron

Videography

Jonathan Dunn

Jonathan Dunn

Videography

Phil Vause

Phil Vause

Aerial filming

Rich Heap

Rich Heap

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