Moray is a Scottish marine biologist currently trying to crack the social side of environmentalism by study a master's in Environmental Sciences & Policy. His favourite pastimes are snorkelling and underwater photography, as well as listening to and performing music. He recently took up wakeboarding and surfing and continues to practice in the cold Scottish waters despite not being particularly good at them!
After achieving a BSc in Marine & freshwater biology, Moray worked for a cetacean conservation organisation in the Canary Islands, followed by being head marine biologist on a marine life survey for the Sultanate of Oman. Currently studying a Master's degree in environmental sciences, policy and management, Moray is focusing on gaining GIS and qualitative statistical skills with a goal of one day being able to analyse both ecologically and socially how we are managing and conserving our aquatic life.