About me


My research fieldwork takes me to Albania in 2018, to investigate the town environs of Nivica. The project aims to survey extant archaeological ruins, survey the local landscape and foster relationshops with the local community to invite participatory research practice.

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

I teach across programmes at the University of Bristol to students across all levels, primarily within archaeology.

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).


  • 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