Cartographer, Map Maker, Geospatial Analyst
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I’m someone who loves to look at maps a lot, so
This is reflected in the attention to detail that I pay to my
I take pride in my work, and even greater pride in seeing the positive impact that it has on the world, no matter how great or small!
Until recently I was a Masters in Geographic Information Science (MGIS) student at the University of Canterbury. I undertook my research thesis into crowdsourced smartphone passenger feedback systems for public transport, which I completed in April 2017. Before this, I studied a Bachelor of Science in Geography at the University of Canterbury. For a while now I’ve enjoyed creating maps as a hobby (sometimes as procrastination!).
Recognition and Awards
Some of my more well-known work includes the New Zealand State Highway Metro Maps, which received wide national attention in May 2016 online and in the media. It won the New Zealand Cartographic Society’s People’s Choice Map Award, which was held at the biannual GeoCart Cartography conference located in Wellington at the end of August 2016. I was also a finalist in the 2016 Spatial Excellence Awards in the Undergraduate Category, and a recipient of the New Zealand ESRI User Group Postgraduate Scholarship 2016.
In 2018 I was nominated (again!) for the Student of the Year award, but was honoured to instead come away with the NZ Cartographic Society Award for Best Map Design in the New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards.
Just in time for Māori Language Week 2020, we've done another round of adding many more Te Reo names to our interactive map of Māori place names. To get you exploring the map some more, we're running a quiz with a chance to win! For the week starting Monday 14th...read more
You might remember back in 2017 we released a few maps of NZ places called Map Dots - simple and minimalist designs of New Zealand's largest cities. Now, the design has been refreshed with a new look, with a wide range of new places and colour options available! Each...read more
This post was written at the end of March 2020 about my experience taking part in Guerilla Cartography's 'Atlas in a Day' 24 hour event in October 2019 and how the map now relates to the current pandemic. As a remote cartographer working from Christchurch, New...read more
I sell prints of most of my work through my online store.