Bryan specialises in the use of remote sensing and large datasets to inform natural resource management policies.
He has experience designing and carrying out detailed, spatially explicit modelling and analysis using earth observation inputs. With extensive training and experience in computational statistical techniques, he is comfortable designing, adapting and applying cutting-edge robust analytical methods to policy problems. Based in Vietnam, Bryan has developed regional experience in Southeast Asia, with particular familiarity in policy and the political economy of forests, water and electricity. He has also worked on public and private regional investment (foreign and domestic) issues related to financing in these sectors.
Bryan holds an MSc in Climate Science and Policy from the University of Bristol, an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics (as a Marshall Scholar) and a BS (Hons) in both Chemical Engineering and Economics from Montana State University.