I am a heritage and science communicator, interpreter and educator. I can develop, deliver, provide training and evaluate heritage and science programmes in museums, historic houses, outdoor environments and I write educational resources for children and teachers on history and science topics.
I love getting children doing hands-on activities, preferably outdoors, and getting them thinking about and investigating the past. I try to get the latest research into the resources I create and am keen to share best practice in heritage education.
I am essentially an archaeologist and historian.
Voluntary work includes running Aylesbury Young Archaeologist’s Club since 2007, teaching historic swordfighting since 2021 and recording a podcast for the Archaeology Podcast Network on fictional tales about prehistory – see all episodes on my Prehi/stories page. I’m also working slowly on gathering evidence about what people looked like in prehistory on my blog Richly Adorn’d.