I pride myself on thinking creatively, generating original ideas and working to deadlines. I am always open to approaches, however late-in-the-day.
At the current time, I'm working on a popular science book about the natural history of eggs and four really exciting (and innovative) children's books about animals from publishers including Nosy Crow, Quarto and Bloomsbury - look out for them in 2024/25
As well as writing regularly for BBC Science Focus and The Guardian (click here for latest pieces) I have written for a host of other magazines and newspapers including Discover Magazine, The Independent, BBC Focus, BBC Countryfile Magazine and VICE.
Here are my books to date.
Science non-fiction for adults
Wonderdog (Bloomsbury Sigma / Pegasus, 2022) - Winner of The Barker Book Award for non-fiction
Death on Earth (Bloomsbury Sigma, 2015) - Shortlisted for the Royal Society of Biology book prize
Sex on Earth (Bloomsbury Sigma, 2013)
Science non-fiction for kids
The Who, What, Why of Zoology (Wide-Eyed Editions, 2023)
Encyclopedia of Insects (Wide-Eyed Editions, 2020)
Encyclopedia of Animals (Wide-Eyed Editions, 2018)
Bones (20 Watt, 2017)
Prehistoric Creatures of the Order (20 Watt, 2016)
Creatures of the Order (20 Watt, 2014)
Wildlife books for adults
The Wildlife Pond Book (Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2019)
Snakes (Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2018)
Frogs and Toads (Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2017)