Recent work and study: Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, 2020-2021 - Undertook an extensive literature review relating to biogeographical patterns in the Caribbean and Central American zone from the Late Mesozoic to the present. - Clarified the relative roles of biotic distribution theories and addressing their impact on extinct and extant assemblages. - Assessed the case for an identifiable Late Mesozoic biota associated with subaerial, proto-Antillean terrane fragments. University of Oxford, 2016-2020 MEarthSci, Dept. of Earth Sciences - Awarded a 1st class degree in Earth Sciences. - Completed integrated master’s thesis “Variations in predation intensity by facies, taxa and ontogenetic stage” supervised by Professor Erin Saupe and collaborating with Jon Todd (Natural History Museum, London). Awards: - The Palaeontological Association Prize (2020) for highest mark in finals palaeontology. - Exeter College, Oxford, Fitzgerald Prize for achieving a 1st in final year exams. - University of Oxford Gibbs Prize for the best third year mapping project. - East Exhibition scholarships from Exeter College, Oxford, for excellent performance in first- and third-year examinations.