Tess Osborne School of Geography, Earth and Environmental SciencesDoctoral Researcher Contact details Emailtco126@bham.ac.uk AddressSchool of Geography, Earth and Environmental SciencesUniversity of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT UK Tess Osborne is a human geographer interested in the emotional experience of urban environments. Her ESRC funded doctoral research uses an innovative set of methods, including wearable video and bio-sensing equipment, to investigate how urban environments shape people’s emotional wellbeing. Qualifications (MSci) First Class honours degree in Geography, University of Birmingham Biography Tess Osborne achieved an undergraduate Masters degree at the University of Birmingham in 2015. Doctoral research PhD title[Working title] Embodying emotional wellbeing in the city Supervisors Dr Jessica Pykett, Dr Phil Jones, Professor Peter Kraftl Research Research interests Emotion, Ambiances, Affect, Bio-sensing, Visual Methods, Embodiment, Wellbeing Other activities Tess Osborne is a filmmaker who has worked for film production companies in London and the West Midlands. She is the secretary for the Bodies, Landscapes and Materialities research group at the University of Birmingham and assists on undergraduate fieldwork trips to Ironbridge and Berlin.