I received my B.A. in Archaeology from Cornell University in 2015, and my M.A. in Historical Archaeology from the University in Massachusetts, Boston in 2020.
Bone / Antler
I have been interested in Archaeology and British Prehistory for over 45 years and nearly pursued a full-time career in this field. I have a background in design and worked as Product Development manager at The British Museum between 1997 - 2003.
Coming from an art and history involved family I not only started painting/drawing early age but also have been around historical site, museum an even excavations as youngsters.
I focus on the function of the prehistoric lithic and bone/antler objects, as well as early farming, and cultivation and processing of plants in the Stone Age.
I am an expert in warp-weighted weaving, having written one of a handful of books on the topic. I've been involved with textiles since 1975, and experimental archaeology and early weaving technologies since 2000.
I have always had a passion for history and art, so I decided to bring my two passions together to create 'Arteology'.
I am an academic archaeologist who regularly flintknaps and practices experimental archaeology. Currently, I am a Master's student at UNBC who is almost done my program. I have close to a decade of experience analyzing stone and faunal tools. For experimental archaeology, I have close to 3 years