I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management. Prior to joining the University of Waterloo, I completed my MA in Geography at the University of Victoria and my BA in Honours Geography at the University of the Fraser Valley.

My research interests focus on examining the consequences of digital technologies in everyday life and how they are reshaping the way we live and work. My doctoral research focuses on the 'future of work' and various debates about how best to deal with anticipated changes in workforces and workplaces. I am currently supervised by Dr. Daniel Cockayne

I am currently recruiting research participants for my PhD Research, find out more here

Fields of Study

  • Economic geography

  • Labour geography

  • Social and cultural geography

Areas of Interest

  • The future of work

  • Workplace change

  • Employment and identity

  • The digital economy