I am a PhD student working on a thesis exploring lived experience in late medieval buildings through digital technologies. I am a Collaborative Doctoral Award student partnered with the National Trust working on a project with a history PhD student. Outside of my thesis I teach on the first year Archaeological Methods course and in summer work on the High Status Late Medieval Buildings project collaboration between University of Southampton, Northwestern University and The National Trust. I am also involved with the AHRC Ways of Seeing the English Domestic Interior, 1500-1700.
I complete a BA in Archaeology at Southampton in 2009 and continued straight into an MSc in Archaeological Computing (Spatial Technologies). My research interests are how acoustical and visualisation tools can be applied to explore the past as a method for recording, disseminating and also generating research. I am also interested in the role gender plays in digital humanities, buildings archaeology and medieval archaeology.