I currently work as Assistant Director of the Cape Eleuthera Institute, a research arm of the larger Cape Eleuthera Island School.
I grew up in the tropical islands of the Bahamas, surrounded by turquoise sea and coral reefs, in the small fishing community of Spanish Wells. I went to the UK for my high-school education and continued on there for a degree in marine biology. Despite my tropical roots, I fell into the fascinating world of deep-sea biology and undertook a PhD in this area of research at the University of Leeds and Natural History Museum, which I successfully completed in 2012. I continue to carry out deep-sea research as well as new projects in shallow habitats of the Bahamas.
Academic Curriculum Vitae
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