My research is supported by the Australian Institute of Marine Sciences. In the past it has been supported by The University of Sydney, the Great Barrier Reef Foundation and the Conservation Leadership Programme.

Strong national and international collaborations have been key for the success of my research program and the adoption of novel methods to improve the way we research reefs.

In Australia I have collaborated with the Integrated Marine Observing System, the Australian Centre of Field Robotics, the NSW Department of Primary Industries, the NSW Office of Heritage and the Environment, the Sydney Institute of Environment, the Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences, The University of Queensland, the Global Change Institute, The University of New South Wales, the New South Wales Government, and the Marine Biodiversity Hub at the National Environmental Research/Science Programme, James Cook University, the University of Western Australia, the University of Tasmania, the University of Melbourne, and the Queensland University of Technology, among others.

Internationally, I also have on going collaborations with the SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography, the California State University of Northridge, the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Global team, the University of Cambridge, The University of Newcastle in the UK and the Conservation Leadership Programme among others.

My research is also featured in several conservation networks, such as the Conservation Guide and the Society for Conservation Biology.