Career Highlights:

2017 Officially launched ‘Healthy Wildlife’ website, Perth, WA.
2016 Received APA Scholarship to commence PhD at Murdoch University.
2016 Hosted ‘Where Do Eagles Dare?’ UK premiere in Aberdeen, Scotland, and Oxford, England.
2015 ‘Where Do Eagles Dare?’ screens in Sydney, Leura, Kalgoorlie and Alice Springs.
2014 ‘Where Do Eagles Dare?’ World Premiere, 2 sold-out nights in Perth, WA.
2013 First ever Wedge-tailed Eagles to be tracked by GPS/Solar satellite transmitters.
2013 Motivational speech to 1000 students, Lynwood Senior High School
2012 Wild Australia Photographic Exhibition, Little Creatures, Fremantle, WA.
2011 ‘A Wedged Tale’ wins Conservation Award at Telenatura Film Festival, Spain.
2011 Australian Geographic (Issue 105) Feature Article – Kimberley Scientific Expedition.
2011 Panelist, Australian Geographic Experience the Kimberley Forum, Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne.
2010 ‘A Wedged Tale’ World Premiere, Dunedin, NZ.
2010 Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year Award, Sydney, NSW.
2008 Western Australian Young Person of the Year – Winner, Environment Category.
2008 Induction to Curtin University Vice Chancellor’s List.
2007 Curtin University Serventy Memorial Prize, best Honours project.
2007 Curtin University Top Honours Student.


2017 Keynote Speaker, Living Landscapes Conference, WA.
2016 Best Presenter Award, GEMG Environmental Management Conference, Kalgoorlie, WA.
2016 Keynote Speaker, Albany Festival of Birds, WA.
2015 Keynote Speaker, Red Centre Bird Festival, Alice Springs, NT.
2013 Keynote Speaker, Australian Raptor Association Conference, Adelaide, SA.
2012 Keynote Speaker, Western Australian Swan River Youth Forum, Perth, WA.
2011 Guest Speaker, Learning for Sustainability Video Conference Festival, Sydney, NSW.
2010 Guest Speaker, Australian Birdfair Conference, Leeton, NSW.
2008 Keynote Speaker at WA Youth Environment Conference, Perth, WA.
2008 Australian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Fremantle, WA.
2008 Australian Raptor Association Conference, Coff’s Harbour, NSW.
2007 Australasian Ornithological Conference, Perth, WA.


2014 Australian Geographic (Issue 119) – ‘Eagle Eye’
2014 Australian Wildlife (vol. 1) – ‘Desert Trackers’
2013 Landscope (vol. 29) ‘Desert Eagles: Wedge-tailed Eagles at Lorna Glen’..
2012 Australian Wildlife (vol. 2) – ‘Wildflowers and falcons ’.
2011 Australian Geographic (Issue 104) – ‘Winged Assassins’.
2011 Australian Wildlife (vol. 1) – Wildlife Filmmaking: ‘Eagles… and ducks’.
2009 Wingspan (Dec. 2009) – ‘Food for Thought’.
2009 Australian Wildlife (vol. 2) – ‘Passion for Powerful Predators’.
2008 South Coast Biodiversity NRM News (vol. 2) – ‘King of the Beasts on the South Coast’.
2007 Western Wildlife (vol. 12) – ‘Powerful Predators and Passionate Parents’.
2006 Ecoplan News (vol. 60) ‘Wedge-tailed Eagles – the diet of a skilful hunter’.


2017 The Australian – ‘Apex predator surveys growing domain’
2016 Echo – Out of the Ashes, collaboration to save eagle nests, Front page
2015 The Hills Gazette – Poor wedge politics, eagles and fire impacts
2014 ABC News Online – ‘Biologist discovers wedge-tailed eagles fly more than 6km off the ground’
2014 ABC Midwest – Radio interview, eagle tracking
2013 Echo – ‘Eagle Vision: Success in eagle tracking study’, Front page
2013 Echo – ‘The eagle has landed’
2013 Hills Gazette – ‘Feathering the nest for lucky cockatoos’
2012 Echo – ‘Eagle eye on populations’
2012 The Hills Gazette – ‘Make a nest box in the school holidays’
2012 Canning Times – Biologist takes students on bird-watching tour
2011 The Hills Gazette – ‘Development ruffles feathers’
2011 720 ABC Perth – Radio Interview, eagles and filmmaking.
2011 The West Australian – Ed! Section, film screening advert.
2010 The West Australian – ‘Eagle tale another feather in cap’.
2010 891 ABC Adelaide – Radio Interview, awards and eagle research.
2008 The West Australian – ‘Biologist encourages conservation’.
2008 Echo – ‘Conservation campaigner wins environment WA Youth Award’.
2008 The Hills Gazette – ‘A dream come true for eagle eye ’, Front Page.