Category Links of Noltland Reconstruction

Green Screens, Hillforts and Drawing with a Pencil

Since I finished my PhD and started to work freelance full-time back in the summer I’ve worked on quite a mix of jobs though for obvious reasons I’m not always able to share the production process or final outputs online right away, if at all. However, I’m still a keen blogger and this month as it happens there […]

Would You Like to Read My PhD Thesis?

Of course you would! If anyone is interested my PhD thesis and accompanying folio material are now available on the Glasgow School of Art’s RADAR archive which you can access HERE…

Back to Westray…Then Back Again

Just returning from another fantastic week of fieldwork with the visualisation team (aka the usual suspects Aaron and Kieran). We were back up on Westray continuing to compile a visual and audio record of the Links of Noltland site and ongoing excavations (our work is kindly grant supported by Historic Scotland). Kieran took the reigns this […]

Vote for Links of Noltland in Current Archaeology!

The Links of Noltland has been nominated for the Current Archaeology 2014 awards as “Rescue Dig of the Year”, exciting! You can cast your votes HERE… It would be great to see Noltland win the category – not only because I’m currently involved in visualisation work for the site – but because it’s significance to the understanding of Neolithic […]

Return to the Links of Noltland: Fieldwork Diary Vol II

Back at my desk in Glasgow after another fantastic week up in Orkney working at the Links of Noltland on Westray with usual suspects Kieran and Aaron as well as musician and sound-man extraordinare John Was . This was our second trip up North this summer (you can read about our first trip in an earlier post) […]

A Fieldwork Photo-Diary from the Links of Noltland and Beyond…

Back at my desk again after a fantastic week up in Orkney with Aaron and Kieran, this time doing some fieldwork over at Links of Noltland on Westray, work which has been kindly grant supported by Historic Scotland. I won’t be writing too much about this project just yet as we’re still very much in […]