Naturebytes creates technology and courses that allow everyone to reconnect with with wildlife in new and exciting ways.
Our team of conservationists, technologists and educators work to bring the latest tools in the field into the hands of everybody.
Stephen is a conservation ecologist with experience leading programmes of research, conservation and public engagement at government agencies, the Zoological Society of London and now Naturebytes. Stephen’s work has focused on using new technology and novel methodologies to better understand the behaviour and ecology of animals, such as seals, eels and puffins, and communicating the findings with a wide audience.
Alasdair is a creative technologist, investigating how technology can be used to solve conservation challenges. Al has developed various technologies including remote cameras to monitor penguins in the Antarctic and open-source GPS tracking tags for turtles. Al is also a Shuttleworth fellow working to bring open-source conservation technology to life.
Jon is a Designer and innovator in disruptive manufacturing technology including 3D design and 3D printing. Jon was previously a lecturer of Product Design and Interaction at Ravensbourne, founded a creative design studio ‘Modla’ and has previously delivered designs displayed in the London Design museum, exhibitions at The Science Museum and products for Nike and Converse.