Here you can find a collection of publications from various projects I have worked on. As well as the occasional media appearance too.
Bike Share in Greater Manchester
University of Salford
This report provides new evidence of experiences and perceptions of bike share in Greater Manchester. It explores how bike share can contribute to an overall increase in the number of people cycling, the number of journeys they make and the health and environmental benefits that follow.
University of Leicester
Unexpected Encounters makes the case for the role that museums with natural history collections can play in supporting older people as individuals to live well, helping them to come to terms with the changes brought about by getting older and challenging negative, deficit models of ageing.
Pomona Island is a city hinterland – a vibrant, semi-wild brownfield site adjoining Manchester, Salford and Trafford in North West England. Escaping decades of encroaching ‘urban development’ Pomona is home to abundant wildlife and has a rich social and industrial history.
Available at Cornerhouse Publications
Running time: 02:21
In 2016 I was lucky enough to be awarded with Salford University's Alumni Achievement Award. This is a little video about my time there, and the things I learned along the way.
That's Manchester TV (Part 1)
Running time: 12:04
I was invited onto That's Manchester TV to talk about the impact of litter on wildlife, and what we can do to help solve the problem.
Watch Part 2 here
Nature in Salford - Official Trailer
Running time: 01:24
This is a short trailer/promo for a series exploring the wildlife found in the City of Salford. The serieshas not yet been made, but it is a long-term ambition of mine to make it happen.
Running time: 10:22
During my role as the Campaign Coordinator for Let's do it! UK I was invited to talk at TEDx Bradford.
To learn more about the awesome work of Let's do it! just click here
Green Fix: Valuing Manchester's Nature
Manchester City Council
Green Fix was an ambitious multimedia project with the aim of finding out what the people of Manchester really think about wildlife.
Read the publication here