Survey and excavation introduction
In this section I will feature some of the more practical and fieldwork-based aspects of my work over the past twenty years. This diverse range of projects ranges from excavations at rock art sites, stone circles and chambered cairns, through to field walking with local communities. Also included are some method-based approaches to survey, including photogrammetry and illustration.
Given the nature of archaeology, however, many of these approaches mesh with rather more interpretative or approaches. While many of the outputs from these projects have been communicated through academic publication, I will also be including some of my more experimental and creative responses.
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Excavations at some of the highest known rock art in the British Isles, co-directed with Richard Bradley.
An investigation into the landscape setting of stone circles and henges, developing upon my doctoral research at the University of Reading.
Further information will follow soon...
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A community field walking project in the Vale of Eden, Cumbria, in association with Penrith and Eden Museum and co-directed with Annie Hamilton-Gibney and Antony Dickson.