I begin working in archaeology in 1985, excavating and experimental archaeological reconstruction of a medieval village at Cosmeston, Wales, UK. Since then extensive experience in field Archaeology and research, with concentration on late Roman and Migration Period material culture studies. I gained my BA (hons), MA and PhD at the University of Wales looking at early medieval metalworking techniques. My most recent work has been in museum and heritage environments, specifically digital heritage through virtual and augmented reality. I was responsible for Virtual Williamsburg, the reconstruction of the 18th-Century City of Williamsburg, including everything from artefact reconstruction to building, cityscape, and topological reconstruction.