After a varied career in community and social work, Kevin moved into the field of educational research. Following 5 years as a research officer for a careers service in England, Kevin was responsible for research, policy and planning in Children's Services in a local authority in Scotland from 2004 to 2017. Recently Kevin has worked on two Forestry Commission-funded projects: Natural Partners Project; and Career Pathways into Forestry. In 2018 Kevin joined the Walk With Ease Project in the Epidemiology Group.
Kevin is interested in the (re-)production of social inequality from a Bourdieusian theoretical perspective.
Mixed methods study of participants' perceptions of the impact of the Walk With Ease programme.
Investigating the impact of outdoor learning and nature experiences on children and young people as part of a Forestry Commission Scotland-funded research project (Natural Partners Project).
The Career Pathways into Foresty project is an exploration of young people's perceptions of forestry careers.