Scientist, community conservationist, marine photographer and science communicator
Madi has over 6 years experience in the marine science, conservation, education and outreach, communications and media sector. Having worked with some of the best BBC and National Geographic marine photographers and shark scientists, including Amos Nauchom and Kyle McBurnie, Madi has travelled the world building connections, skills, stories and incredible wildlife encounters along the way.
Madi has a MSc in Evolutionary and Behavioural Ecology from the University of Exeter, a BA (Hons) in Marine and Natural History Photography from Falmouth University and is a current PhD student with the University of Exeter, researching the history and decline of Sussex kelp habitats. Madi uses her scientific background to inform her work, journalling, capturing and detailing important stories of wildlife and our oceans.