About me

I am a Lecturer in Crop Physiology in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences and the Sydney Institute of Agriculture at the University of Sydney. I am based at the University’s expansive field research station at Narrabri in northern NSW.

As a plant physiologist my main research interests are to understand how plants overcome challenging environmental conditions and to identify traits that could prove useful to future food security and ecosystem resilience. A major component of my work in recent years has been the development of new low cost phenotyping tools for use in research and agriculture, including for measurement of plant light use, canopy architecture traits, leaf gas exchange and for the detection of weeds. To read more about my research please click here.