I work in the curious field of sustainability, trying to help society be smarter in the way we live and interact with our planet and each other. In particular, I’m interested in how we create a big shift in our food and farming systems so that they support better livelihoods, healthier lifestyles and ecosystems. How our energy grid will become smarter and renewable and how we move towards a more co-operative and collaborative economy.

I work at Forum for the Future, mostly focusing on food-related projects.

On the rare occasion I post a blog, I tend to write about food and travel, dipping into other topics such as renewable energy, music and social enterprise. I also have a Tumblr feed to share the odd photo or music.

In my spare time, I play guitar and old-time fiddle, go swimming in wild places, hike up mountains and explore places on my bike. I also love to DJ, playing all sorts of musical curiosities – here’s more information about that.