I am a human-environment geographer with training in the fields of political ecology, critical agrarian studies and remote sensing. Most of my work examines land use, land cover and land control in agrarian and forested landscapes, particularly in Indonesia and in other countries of Southeast Asia. I have a strong interest in working with students and collaborators to develop approaches that integrate critical human geography, environmental geography, and geospatial data to understand contemporary sustainability challenges, policies and politics.

To learn more about my research and teaching, please feel free to reach out to me directly or further explore my CV and other pages on this site. I also welcome notes from any prospective students (undergraduate, Masters or Doctorate) interested in work together.

New opening for a funded Masters student in remote sensing! Please see here. Deadline is December 1st, 2018.