Monthly Archives: April 2011

Planning for St Kilda

On Thursday I attended my second official St Kilda meeting to finalize the scanning team and equipment before voyaging out there this June/July to scan Village Bay. Although the primary focus of my research is the creation of archaeological reconstructions, understanding the interpretive processes governing the collection of data which in turn will inform the reconstruction are just as […]

VIA 2011

Just returned from the Visualisation in Archaeology 2011 conference in my home away from home, sunny Southampton. The conference was the culmination of three years of workshops at the university and brought together archaeologists, illustrators, art historians, digital artists, gamers, photographers, surveyors….I could go on! I felt like my paper was received well, there were […]

Blogging the PhD

I’ve been thinking for some time that I should start a blog for my archaeology work, but kept putting it off until ‘the next project’ – well I’m six months into my PhD and now seems as good a time as any! Just to give an idea of why this blog came about I’ll give […]