I am an archaeologist specialising in aerial and ground-based landscape studies. Specifically I am interested in the application of airborne remote sensing prospection techniques; airborne laser scanning (lidar), multi and hyper-spectral imaging for archaeological prospection
I have lots of experience in managing heritage data, especially geospatial data, having worked for a range of organisations across the commercial, academic and local government sectors. Currently I put this to good work running PTS Consultancy, where our main aim is to provide excellent practical training for heritage professionals and support community heritage projects to engage with lidar and landscapes. I am also currently remotely teaching the GIS for Archaeologists undergraduate and postgraduate module at Edinburgh University.
When not at my desk you’ll most likely find me outdoors – running, cycling or swimming – and I’m always on the look out for my next adventure big or small!
If you have any questions or just want to say hello, why not drop me a line using the form below?
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If you want to find out more about “A Forgotten Landscape”, our HLF landscape partnership in the Severn Levels or get in touch with the team, take a look at our website.
**** Please note that I work part-time and may not always be able to answer emails immediately, especially during school holidays. When schools are closed for extended periods (such as during the C19 lockdown) my availability will be extremely limited. Thank you for your patience. ****