I am an historic tailor and study prehistoric clothing for 20 years. For about 15 years do living history of the early iron age. Beside all kinds of textile technics, I try all skills early iron age people needed to know as specialy concening fishing.
Having had a keen interest in traditional crafts and living history, I went on to study Experimental Archaeology at University, specialising in viking age bloomery iron smelting.
My research focuses primarily on Medieval Archaeology and Castle Studies, and more recently upon Death, Burial and the Funerary Industry, whilst my teaching focuses on Archaeological Practice, Landscape Archaeology and Cultural Heritage.
Since 2022 I started as Archeo-tolk (archaeao-interpreter) to make children, teachers and families enthousiastic for life in the Stone Age. This is done through hands-on workshops and showing (hand-made) replicas of artefacts.
Archaeologist specialising in Iron Age rock art. She is currently working on her PhD on Iron Age mobile rock art and archaeological heritage communication at Iconictheory and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
As an archaeologist and researcher, I am interested in understanding and explaining the technical traditions, human interactions and the socio-economic structure of prehistoric societies through the study of ceramic technology.