B I O G R A P H Y
Since childhood, I have always been fascinated by insects and the tiny environments they occupy. Observing insects visiting large flowering plants would conjure images of a colourful, bustling treetop cities - each inhabitant enticed by a particular reason.
Years have passed and I'm still as curious as ever.
Though, these days it feels simply not enough to just enjoy our wildlife - given the challenges it currently faces.
I've gone from working with a variety of animals in several BIAZA accredited zoological gardens, to shifting my focus on our rapidly declining insects and other invertebrates. I believe that appreciation leads to conservation, which is why creating media for these misunderstood animals is crucial.
The miniature world is unforgiving, beautifully intricate and incredibly diverse. Those that dwell here often serve vital roles in ecosystems - without them, the world would be a very different place.
So let's appreciate invertebrates for what they are and give them the concern they deserve. If not for them, for future generations of people yet to come.