I began my archaeological career at Rochester Cathedral; the topic of my BA dissertation on masons' marks and my MA dissertation on the Lapidarium with the University of Leicester, and now the focus of my PhD studies at Canterbury Christ Church University. I have worked at the cathedral for over 12 years, first as an Assistant Verger, then member of the Events Team, Exhibition Assistant and today I am the cathedral Heritage Officer. I hope to use my experiences in developing the cathedral interpretation and research programmes to enable heritage professionals and volunteers to make use of the vast array of new multimedia, resources and technologies in bringing to life the past in new and engaging ways.
Lees Court Estate
The Society has been excavating a prehistoric landscape of roundbarrows and mortuary pits at Lees Court Estate. Explore
Trosley Court Heritage
The Society is conducting an evaluation excavation over a Roman Villa site in Trottiscliffe near West Malling as part of the Trosley Court Heritage Project (TCHP). Explore
Discover Roman Otford
The Society has been working with the Discover Roman Otford Project in their excavations at Otford in Sevenoaks revealing a remarkably preserved 2nd-century hypocaust for a building on the site of a Roman villa. Explore