Interested in hidden histories, or exciting and innovative history content? Get in touch if you'd like to work with me.
I am an experienced lecturer, having developed and delivered bespoke talks on historical topics for a number of cultural organisations, including:
A full list of my public talks can be found here.
I have been a docent for Context Travel, delivering bespoke tours in London, focusing on the history of archaeology, publishing and museums.
As Principal Investigator of the Filming Antiquity project, I have managed an interdisciplinary collaborative team and digitisation and research project budget, and delivered project outputs within the projected timeframe.
As Coordinator of the UCL Institute of Archaeology History of Archaeology Network since 2010, I have delivered funded events and workshops on time and within budget.
As Research Officer at the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology (University of Reading), I co-produced content (audio and visual) for "Annie's Box", an innovative interactive box based on the life of the Museum's first Curator, Annie Ure. I also developed and ran the Museum's Research Blog, "Ure Routes", for which I produced regular content.
Digital Content Development
I have delivered my expertise for media outlets including:
Are you a cultural organisation looking to increase access and engage audiences and stakeholders?
I work on content development and website creation using openly accessible platforms. I have developed websites for the Filming Antiquity project and the UCL Institute of Archaeology History of Archaeology Network in addition to my own personal research blog “Reading Room Notes”.
I received a Centennial Award from the Council for British Research in the Levant in spring 2018 to develop and deliver a website on the first intensive excavations at Petra in 1929, using the excavation diary. The project website was launched in January 2019.
Through collaboration with UCL Computer Sciences students, I have also created bespoke history apps.