Fellow at the Royal Anthropological Institute and Burlington House, London
Associate of the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford
Director of The Centre for Scientific Standards

I am a consultant academic on social and economic behaviours in complex human cultures. As an extension to the fields of biology and anthropology, I created a new subfield called Econology which is the biological view of civilisation instead of the traditional economic view. My work in this space concentrates on the artificial synthesis of economic-ecology, with a specific emphasis on the fundamental problems of economy which drive the Anthropocene epoch.


As a method, I apply key scientific principles from my field of econology to provide practical insights and analysis for an assortment of projects exploring new ideas, systems, processes, policies and regulations. This approach is useful for understanding emergent social complexities and predicting how human behaviours shall develop and vary over time in relation to the variables in question.


My consultation aids decision-makers by translating complex social problems into simple concepts which have multiple applications in management, governance and education throughout the public and private sectors. Clients range from individuals and businesses to large organisations and governments; which is essentially anyone looking to utilise advanced behavioural science for a chosen goal.


Send me a message for any new business, academic or media enquiries. I aim to respond within 7 days and try to consider all requests, but sometimes this is not always possible.