Since 2009 I’ve been working as a environmental geography consultant. I’m now calling my little consultancy Geocology Research, and most of my recent projects can be found at the official website for the company:
Geocology is hardly the only GIS and informatics company in Vancouver, but I like to think that we provide a particularly valuable service — geodesign and analysis tailored for do-gooding organizations that don’t necessarily have the budget to contract with a large geospatial firm, and want to work with someone that readily understands their values and their goals.
I also like to think that we provide an extremely high level of robustness and accuracy in our analyses, and have a grasp of the principles of communication and design needed to translate analysis into action.
That’s what I would like to believe, anyhow. Three years on, so far so good.