I'm an archaeologist with a broad range of experience in academic and professional heritage. My PhD was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and was awarded by the University of Bristol in 2021. I am Honorary Treasurer of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and involved in a range of projects including at the medieval palace of Clarendon, near Salisbury. With professional experience in community heritage, funding, and heritage data, I also have training in palaeography, GIS, and a postgraduate certificate in Environmental Impact Assessment.
My personal research interests are in landscape, environmental, and animal history/archaeology - historic parks, hunting landscapes, country houses, woodlands, animal sports, and the relationship between humans and the wild. I am as much a fan of spending days in the archive with 18th-century household accounts as I am in a trench excavating a Roman villa.
I live not too far from when I grew up, on the edge of Salisbury Plain in the south of England, with a small menagerie of children and beasts.
Get in touch if you'd like to discuss how I can helpContact