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Head Office
Wessex Archaeology
Portway House
Old Sarum Park



I joined Wessex Archaeology’s Salisbury office in 2012. My role as a Marine Geophysicist is predominantly to interpret and report on marine geophysical data for a range of different projects, from small scale wreck monitoring to a number of large scale offshore wind farms. I have also assisted on a number of small-scale targeted wreck surveys, which has helped to put my work in context - it’s exciting to think you may be one of the first people to see a wreck since it was sunk!

I have an interest in world history and love archaeology because it brings the past to life. I particularly enjoy topographical and geophysical surveys and the idea of mapping the archaeological heritage which is something I studied as part of my Master’s degree in Maritime Archaeology. I am so lucky to now be able to put that knowledge to good use in my career at Wessex Archaeology.

In my free time I like to travel, keep up with world events and visit museums or other places of interest. I also volunteer as a Scout troop leader.