I am a Teaching Associate and PhD researcher with particular interests in the impact of the built environment on subjective wellbeing, sustainable place making, public participation, and the use of data in urban plan making. My PhD research seeks to explore the role of public participation in planning, how data is valued by individual actors and local government institutions, and how power and the concept of agonism act as elements of causation in the value making process.
- MSc Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning), Distinction, Cardiff University, UK (2021)
- BA (hons) History, University of Wales Swansea, UK (2006)
Undergraduate teaching and supervision
- Year 1 - Society, diversity, and planning
- Year 1 - Designing places and plans
- Year 1 - Key issues in urban planning
- Year 3 - Supervisor for the 'Urban Planning Research Project'
- Live project for eco-city deveopment
- Planning for sustainability