I am a Durham University and University of Southampton alumni with an interest in geophysical and buildings surveying. My undergraduate dissertation employed geophysics at Stanwick Oppidum, and assessed it's relation to its landscape, showing how the site (on current evidence) was actually not as significant as we percieve it to be. This is being followed up by Dr. Tom Moore at Durham University (https://www.dur.ac.uk/research/directory/view/?mode=project&id=666). My postgraduate dissertation used a number of non-invasive techniques in investigating Sir George Staunton's Leigh Park House near Portsmouth, including geophysics, field survey and laser scanning, as well as investigating the earlier history of Leigh Park House.
I have excavated in England, the Channel Islands and Tuscany, Italy, in multiple cultures and chronological frameworks. I have completed geophysical surveys, including in Tunisia with the British School at Rome.
I have completed a number of survey reports, including the award-winning conservation management plan for Durham Cathedral ,concerning their South Street Mill on the river Wear, where I surveyed and interpreted the north-face exterior wall.