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I am a biophysicist, market gardener, educator and researcher in physics, agroecology and regenerative horticulture.
In my work I explore ways to manage thriving and productive gardens and farms
by mindfully engaging with natural processes.
What fascinates me is the interplay of ecosystem dynamics, plant physiology, soil microbiology
and human wellbeing and nutrition.
I am currently a postdoc in Applied Mathematics in the Micromotility group at the Living Systems Institute, Exeter, where my research work focuses on modelling ciliated and flagellar propulsion in microorganisms. I previously worked on the nonlinear dynamics of active fluids
at the University of Bristol.
With my partner Flavia, I founded and run
Living Soil Garden, a regenerative no-dig market garden in Exeter, UK.