My love of geography and maps led me to study Geographical Information Systems (GIS) at Bath Spa University and, upon graduating, I joined CampbellReith as a Graduate GIS Analyst in 2014. Since then I have worked across a wide range of sectors, including residential, retail, commercial, infrastructure, healthcare and education.
Some highlights in my career so far have included overcoming the challenges of mapping six hospital sites in Ghana, experiencing mixed use developments, such as Rushden Lakes, progress and grow through multiple design iterations and maintaining GISSMo – our web-based geographically-searchable model for large projects.
I am fortunate to work with talented teams in many disciplines across all of CampbellReith’s offices, and so week-by-week I can be creating isochrones to be included within Transport Assessments, interpolating the logs of ground investigations for the Land Quality and Geotechnical teams and producing preliminary drainage strategies and flood event plans for the Infrastructure teams.
Outside of engineering
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking for friends and family, growing fruit and vegetables, playing board games and being actively involved in my church.