Jack develops science interpretation resources and activities to enhance science communication. He began work at the Marine Biological Association in 2002, after completing a BSc in Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology and an MSc in Coastal and Ocean Policy with the University of Plymouth. He has been involved in, a range of projects investigating human impacts on the marine environment, specialising for some time on assessing potential impacts of invasive non-native species. As a science communicator, Jack has developed and run a number of citizen science initiatives and events for young people, community groups and professionals. This has included an annual BioBlitz Event; CrabWatch; and initiating the MBA's 'Young Marine Biologist' Membership category. As well as written and spoken content Jack communicates science through illustrations and infographics interpretation, which have been published in books, posters, leaflets and scientific papers.