The focus of my research is to determine the effect of background complexity on animal camouflage evolution. Specifically, working to establish whether a complex background can mitigate relatively poor background matching camouflage.
In the summer of 2020, I graduated from the University of Bristol with first-class honours in Biology (BSc). During this time, I became fascinated with the convergence between evolutionary and sensory ecology. This fascination has led me to start my post-graduate work in Bristol under the supervision of Professor Innes Cuthill and Professor Nick Scott-Samuel.