My research focuses on climate change related issues and centers on understanding domestic energy use and the ability of individuals and households to transition to lower-carbon lifestyles.
I’m currently a Senior Research Associate at UEA working on an applied digital intervention for behaviour change (School of Health Sciences). Before joining UEA I held positions at the University of Bath on the High Energy and Power Density Solutions to Large Scale Energy Deficits (“HEAPD”) project and at the University of Surrey on the Whole Systems Energy Modelling Consortium (“WholeSEM”) project.
My doctorate was in Environmental Psychology (University of Sheffield). I have extensive experience of interdisciplinary research (e.g., working with Sociologists and Computer Scientists) and both quantitative and qualitative methods (e.g., using surveys, experiments, focus groups, walking interviews).