Disease Ecologist · Conservationist · National Geographic Explorer

Wildlife disease ecologist, photojournalist, conservationist, educator, and environmental advocate.

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RESEARCH

My goal as a disease ecologist, is to create safe and productive landscapes for people and wildlife. I studied wildlife disease ecology at Colorado State University, and Zoology at the University of Tasmania. I am a Duke University Global Fellow in Conservation Biology.

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COMMUNICATION

I have connected with global audiences through my exhibitions, public talks, and stories on print, television and radio. My work has featured in BBC, the Washington Post, and Forbes. I am a graduate of Ngee Ann Polytechnic's School of Film and Media Studies.

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OUTREACH

I have committed over two decades to forge strong partnerships with communities to create solutions that are relevant, effective, and kind. I collaborate with government agencies and organisations that align with our approach to develop and shape policy.

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Featured Projects

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Canine Diseases and Wildlife Conservation

Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal

Founded in 2014, the Himalayan Mutt Project uses a One Health approach to monitor and protect the health of people, domestic animals, and wildlife.

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Conserving Urban Tropical Reefs

Pulau Hantu, Singapore

Founded in 2003, the Hantu Blog engages and collaborates with individuals, businesses and government agencies to manage our reefs sustainably.