Megan Blake’s research approach interrogates how social institutions, everyday practices and place produce the possibilities for and constraints on performance of food practices. Her recent and current research is located within two interrelated food focused themes. The first addresses unjust foodscapes, while the second is concerned with food surplus and waste. Her work involves co-producing research knowledge that seeks to build coping, adapting and transformation in vulnerable communities and families through food. Dr. Blake has worked with international, as well as national and locally based organizations in the UK, Hong Kong, and Hungary. She is an active commentator, disseminator and curator of food related information on social media through twitter (@geofoodieorg) and via a research focused blog (geofoodie.org).