Chief Geospatial Scientist
James is Risk Frontiers’ Chief Geospatial Scientist developing solutions and providing thought leadership for the integration of physical, social science and climate change factors in modelling risk, exposure, vulnerability and resilience for people, property and infrastructure using geographical information science.
He manages the National Flood Information Database, our Risk Rating database and leads the development of our ARPC blast loss model (link – https://www.transparency.gov.
James also has extensive experience designing and conducting field surveys, interviews, focus groups and managing teams of data collectors. He obtained his PhD in Geography at The Pennsylvania State University specialising in GIS and visualisation.