Previously I have taught Latin American Archaeology at University. While learning to become an archaeologist, I also began working with children as an educator and facilitator. I have tutored primary-aged children literacy and numeracy. In 2017, I established Ancient Explorer to inspire people to explore the ancient world with curiosity and respect, following the steps of an archaeologist.
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I’m an archaeologist educated at the Australian National University in Canberra. I was trained to read landscapes by walking and excavating historical places in Regional Australia, including towns and mining sites. With my trained eye and tool kit, I set off to South America, where I began to explore the ancient world of the Inkas. I have now been conducting research in the Central Andes for over a decade and my research focuses on mythopoeia, the landscape and ceremony. I was awarded a PhD in 2015.
For more information about me and Ancient Explorer, please go to www.ancientexplorer.com.au.