I am a freelance heritage consultant, writer and lecturer with over 20 years’ experience in the academic, commercial and local authority heritage sectors.
I am an experienced project manager with particular expertise in the development and management of large-scale, multi-disciplinary, heritage projects. I have a proven track record of successfully completing a wide range of projects on time and within budget.
I have considerable experience of developing and delivering classroom- and field-based training programmes for a range of ages and abilities, including schoolchildren, undergraduate and post-graduate students, and adult learners. I taught extensively for the University of East Anglia and provide guest lectures and dayschools for numerous other institutions, organisations and local societies.
I have edited and written numerous books and academic articles, as well as more popular pieces. I am the author of The Archaeology of the East Anglian Conversion (2010) and The Book of Happisburgh (2011) and from 2006–13 was the editor of the peer-reviewed journal Norfolk Archaeology.
I have a very high degree of computer literacy and have considerable experience of creating digital heritage resources in a variety of media.