I am an early career researcher specialising in coastal ocean bio-physical interactions. After completing my undergraduate degree at the University of Southampton in 2015, I started my PhD at the University of Liverpool, using a combination of model data and autonomous underwater gliders to investigate the subtle ocean-atmosphere interactions in temperate shelf seas. In August 2019, I joined the Marine Systems Modelling group at the National Oceanography Centre Liverpool, as part of the South Asia Nitrogen Hub (SANH). The project aims to investigate how nitrogen use, distribution and concentrations will change across the Indian sub-continent, Eastern Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Results from this study will help inform new policy frameworks for mitigating nitrogen pollution across the region.