Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Palaeontological Association Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology The Geological Society
Areas of expertise
I research how living and fossil animal skeletons function, examine why skeletons are shaped in a particular way, and track these patterns through evolutionary time, noting how shape and function relate to patterns of species diversity and environmental factors. I am particularly interested in the evolution of the skull and its relation to feeding behaviour in dinosaurs, birds, crocodiles and more recently, mammals.
Interviews for TV, radio and print articles (newspaper, magazine, online). Consultancy for TV documentaries.