I obtained a First Class Honours degree for an integrated Master's Degree at Durham University. For my dissertation I looked into how structures on floodplains were represented in a 2D flood inundation model, and how this would influence outputted results. I then undertook a pivoting analysis to understand bedrock river morphology and alluvial cover influence on gravel entrainment. Within the geography department at Durham I also investigated loess landslides and geomorphological indicators which could determine their age when utilising satellite imagery.
W.A. Moyes Prize (2017) for exemplary fieldwork
Best MSci Graduate (2018)
Vice-Chancellor's Academic Excellence Scholarship (2017-2018)