Dr Jennifer Sanger is a passionate plant ecologist as well as science outreach coordinator. She has spent over seven years studying rainforests and the charismatic plant species within them. As an epiphyte ecologist and experienced tree climber, she has spent countless hours exploring the canopies of rainforest trees around the world. Jennifer is the Project Co-ordinator for The Tree Projects, a visionary initiative to document the world’s biggest trees from the world’s tallest flowering plant, Eucalypts regnans, in the snowy highlands of Tasmania to the tropics of Queensland and the montane cloud forests of Panama. Using innovative film and photography methods, tree climbing and adventure science, Tree Projects raises awareness of the world’s significant trees and the forests in which they reside.