Dr Tess Bartlett is an Early Career Researcher whose research crosses the nexus of imprisoned primary carer fathers, masculinities, and space. She is currently the joint editor of the new book series ‘Emerald Advances in Masculinities’ through Emerald Publishing along with Associate Professor Steve Roberts and Professor Rose Ricciardelli that brings together a range of multidisciplinary work including work on fatherhood. She is also the editor of the upcoming edited collection ‘Prison Masculinities’ along with Professor Rose Ricciardelli and works on a global collaborative project funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research and led by Professor Ricciardelli exploring ‘Mental Wellness in Public Safety [Phase 2]. A longitudinal study of Correctional Services Canada correctional officers’ mental health and well-being: The role of prison work and prisons in shaping correctional staff health and self over time’. Dr Bartlett will bring her expertise on fatherhood and masculinities to this project. Dr Bartlett holds great promise as an Early Career Researcher and has already won a number of awards for her research on imprisoned primary carer fathers including the award for the best postgraduate presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference in Hobart (2016) and the Victorian Postgraduate Criminology Conference award for best abstract (2017). She has also published in high ranking peer-reviewed journals including Punishment and Society, Child Care in Practice, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, The Probation Journal and Law and Context.