James graduated with a BSc in Geology, from the University of Leicester, where he then went on to complete a MSc in Exploration Geology from the Camborne School of Mines, in 2020. His master’s dissertation focused on target generation, utilising geochemical, geophysical, and historic data to identify prospective areas of gold mineralisation within Mali.
James is beginning his professional career in geology, where he hopes to gain valuable and extensive knowledge in exploration targeting and mineral resource estimation.
He has a particular interest in greenfields exploration within epithermal systems. He is proficient in GIS to display and manipulate multiple datasets, digitalising geological maps and producing mineral prospectivity models. Furthermore, he has an understanding of the creation, analysis, and management of databases across multiple geological software’s.