Move over Brian Cox - TV needs a newer, younger female voice on climate change.

I've presented a podcast (Larscience) on Antarctic science and research in my field, regularly present live at conferences, events and schools, and have more recently moved into film and video formats.

Take a peek at the examples below.

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BBC EARTH PRESENTER SEARCH

I made it to the final shortlist for the BBC Earth new presenter search. 

You can see my entry here, which focused on supercooled liquid water in clouds.

60 SECOND SCIENCE

Can you explain your work in 60 seconds?

During our Antarctic field campaign, I shot this minute-long video to explain our scientific aims. 

BRITISH ANTARCTIC SURVEY FILM

I filmed, edited and produced a short film for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS).

This showcased our fieldwork in Antarctica using airborne observations of the atmosphere to better understand the Southern Ocean's role in storing heat and carbon dioxide. 

DR GILBZ ON YOUTUBE

You shouldn't take yourself too seriously.

 

 I have a YouTube channel about Antarctica, climate change, and atmospheric science. It's light-hearted, fun and digestible science.

LARSCIENCE PODCAST

I host a podcast about polar and climate science.

All episodes are available on soundcloud and at the podcast website, where you can also download transcripts.