Alex recently graduated University college London with a MRes in Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation. His expertise lies in conservation of marine systems, and how anthropogenic activities affect ecosystems.
During his degree, Alex’s research focus was on conservation and evolution, spending time working at the Natural History Museum, London, on a research piece revolving on the conservation of deep-sea sponges. Once finishing his masters, Alex spent time at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology working as a computational biologist, using complex statistical methods to model the change in occupancy through time of various taxonomic groups around the UK.
Alex also holds a BA in Marine Environmental Science. Outside of work he has a passion for windsurfing, photography and walking.