Featured Projects


Natural Resilience in the Amazon

Floods and illegal mining affect the tri-national Amazonian region of Madre-de-dios-Acre-Pando where Brasil, Perú and Bolivia meet. With spatial data modeling of ecosystem services, we inform smart and sustainable spatial planning. Explore interactively future scenarios, mining expansion and ecosystem services assessment. {Work in progress}


Locating Dams from Space

Dams have tremendous impacts on habitats, and the vast majority of them aren’t mapped in globally available datasets. Thanks to deep learning computer vision algorithms, and fine-resolution satellite imagery, we can probably find them! Prototype {Work in progress}


Mapping Natural Capital

In the context of UN’s IPBES’ Global Assessment of Ecosystem Services, we’ve mapped key Nature’s Contribution’s to People: Pollinators’ contribution to feeding the world, Coastal habitat protecting shorelines from floods and storms and Water quality improved by pollution retention in soils. A publication is in review, the results can be explored on the viewer’s prototype.


Green Growth around the World

Mainstreaming finance and policy mechanisms from around the world, this book gathers case studies of Green Growth that works. To explore my figures & illustrations, get the book or discover it in this interactive map of examples.


Natural Capital Data Visualization

To support communication of complex ecosystem services datasets, I built, contribute to and maintain viz.naturalcapitalproject.org, including a guidance document .



Sustainability groups, climate marches, scientific expedition on marine plastic pollution, sustainable tourism organisations… In a previous life, I was a better person and a climate activist.


Forecasting Future Food Sufficiency

Using machine learning to predict crop yields in 2050, we explore future caloric sufficiency under scenarios of climate and societal changes. {Work in progress}


Tana’s Multi-Objective Decision Tool

In Nairobi, Kenya, the Upper-Tana Water Fund has a triple objective: (1) to maximize water yield serving the city's water supply and hydropower needs, (2) to minimize sediment export to streams which decrease water quality, as well as (3) soil erosion which reduces agricultural productivity. Understanding and visualizing the trade-offs is key to a optimize between competing objectives.



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Press & Publications

Where I work(ed)

Currently based in San Fransisco

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