WHO I AM AND WHAT I DO
I first discovered archaeology as an A-level student and have been hooked ever since. I studied Ancient History and Archaeology at Durham University, graduating with a First Class Honours. I then moved to Leicester University to study Roman archaeology, and particularly focussed on religion in the Roman world.
Since leaving university I have worked and volunteered in several museums including the Museum of London and National Maritime Museum, and heritage organisations including the National Trust and the Society fro the Protection of Ancient Buildings.
I created Dragon Archaeology in 2016 when I realised that, if I want to be enthusiastic about archaeology for a living, I should just go out there and be enthusiastic about archaeology.