About me


I teach across programmes at the University of Bristol, primarily within archaeology (Maritime, Historical, Japanese Material Culture) to students across all levels.

My interests extend into public and community archaeology. I work collaboratively with museums, schools, university students, researchers and the general public within many different projects (e.g. Berkeley Castle Project; Dig Hatteras excavations in North Carolina).

I work within Education for Sustainable Development as a Research Associate. Many of my projects have applied teaching approaches that combine foci of both archaeology and sustainability.


  • PhD (Bristol) The Hell-Fire Clubs of the Eighteenth Century
  • MA (Bristol) Maritime Archaeology & History
  • BA Hons (Trinity College Dublin), Ancient History & Archaeology, History of Art & Architecture
  • Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • PADI Advance Diver