Lecturer – Horticulture
I studied Biology at Oxford and then went on to study a Masters in Business Strategy, Politics and the Environment. These studies built an interest based upon the relationship between the land and wider society and culture. Following my studes, I then went on to work as an environmental co-ordinator for Reed Elsevier before taking up a directorship with family farm.
I am now currently undertaking a PhD looking at the impact of mechanisation in agriculture on the economy, society and culture at the turn of the last century and I teach Business units across a range of Sparsholt degrees including Horticulture.