James is an environmental scientist with a keen interest in hydrology, integrated catchment management and fluvial geomorphology. Since joining Alluvium James has worked on a number of projects involving hydrologic and hydraulic modelling and analysis, geospatial analysis, field assessments and post flood impact assessments.
James was most recently involved in a post flood assessment of the Mackay-Whitsundays, Fitzroy Basin, and Mary River regions following Cyclone Debbie. The projects involved both desktop assessments and field-based investigations to assess erosional channel change processes across the region.
Prior to joining Alluvium, James was the owner/operator of a residential construction company in Adelaide, South Australia. Nine years in this position provided him with invaluable experience in both project management and client/stakeholder relations, along with an in depth understanding of business operations.
James has a strong passion for pursuing effective watercourse rehabilitation while meeting the diverse range of desired outcomes for Alluvium’s clients.