Oral History

My oral history work focuses on the human relationship with resource extraction and the natural world.

My masters dissertation explored the end of Britain's modern Antarctic whaling industry, and included interviews with 16 whalers across Scotland the Shetland Islands. It received a first class distinction. 

I am currently a research assistant with the Tk'emlúps te Secwe̓pemc First Nation in Kamloops, where I conduct, transcribe and analyze oral history and mapping interviews about traditional land usage.