William joined HiDef in 2022 bringing a range of skills having previously worked in government research agencies and consultancy. Much of his past work has involved working with complex ecological data and developing analytical processes using tools such as the programming language R and ArcMap. He also has extensive experience writing technical reports, peer-reviewed papers, and Official Statistics publications.
William has a passion for ecology and is particularly interested in how sustainable practices can mitigate impacts of anthropogenic activities. This interest led him to study for a BSc in Marine and Coastal Resource Management and an MSc in Applied Ecology and Conservation.