Dylan completed his Bachelor of Science (Environment) with First Class Honours at Flinders University in 2018. He has a passion for all water environments, particularly those in the coastal-catchment interface which drove him to pursue a career in environmental science.
Since then, he has gained valuable experience in hydrologic analysis, surface water modelling and spatial analysis with Water Technology, coordination of trade waste, recycled water and biosolids with East Gippsland Water, and now in waterway/surface water management with Alluvium as a hydraulic modeller.
Dylan’s honours thesis focused on measuring temporal changes to sand bar volume and form (geomorphodynamics) by adopting a multidisciplinary approach including beach and nearshore surveys, nearshore current monitoring, meteorologic and spatial analysis. In his professional career, he has proven to be a vital part of the project team, working on stormwater management plans, flood impact assessments, regional flood studies, flood emergency services, and water-sensitive urban design. Dylan brings a background of twelve years in customer service which helps him understand client needs while using graphical and mapping presentations to convey complex results in a simple manner.