Disease Ecologist · Conservationist · National Geographic Explorer
Wildlife disease ecologist, photojournalist, conservationist, educator, and environmental advocate.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.