My PhD concerns the development of cities in mediaeval Britain as well as the development of ecosystems within those cities. I am currently employed as a Research Assistant on the EcoSal Interreg project at Bournemouth University, where my role is in helping to determine biodiversity in Atlantic salt-working sites.
I am also involved in several other projects, details of which can be found on my own website (link below), including work in Mongolia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Africa.
I am a zooarchaeologist and ethnoarchaeologist who is primarily
interested in pastoralism, taphonomy and palaeoecology (including the
interaction of environment and subsistence).