For BBC Wildlife Magazine I go on the trail of lemon sharks
This summer I’m touring the UK with my new book Eye of the Shoal.
In January-February 2016 I’m teaching a 7-week online course on marine conservation at Cambridge University.
Sharks on a plane? Now there’s a movie I’d see. That, and more, in these clips from Bright Club in Cambridge earlier this year.
A few clips from BBC Radio 4 and World Service programmes I’ve been on as a studio guest and reporting from around the world.
In October I’m teaching an introductory course on science and nature writing at Cambridge University’s splendid Madingley Hall.
On June 13th I’m taking part in an evening event at Imperial College’s new Digital Media Lab with a panel of wonderful speakers who’ll be discussing whether Digital can Save the Oceans.
Here’s a video I made with Ria Mishaal at the Biodiversity Institue, Oxford University earlier this year.
I was thrilled to get invited to speak at TEDx at LSE. It’s on 9 March and I think the tickets are nearly sold out already. The theme is Redfining Your Boundaries.
Here’s the video of the time I got lost at sea at the Lost Lectures. .
I recorded and produced the audio for this World Resources Institute video introducing Reefs at Risk on Google Earth.
Welcome to my new-look website. I’ve decided to merge my old website and blog into a single, one-stop-shop. This will now be the place to find out about me and my work and also catch my latest blog posts. I will be posting regularly about the things I’m up to, my thoughts on ocean science …