A view of our Unreal Engine 4 environment of Broadlands Farm (looking over to the tenant houses), complete with a wee Farmall tractor. The doughnuts at the bottom are from the touch screen application.

Right guys – it’s official, after a wee hiatus this year (have been unbelievably busy, all exciting stuff of course) I’m returning to blogging with full force! As most of you know, in the year or so since I finished my PhD I’ve set myself up to operate freelance and have been working on a wide range of […]

Tessa and Alice interrogating the plan drawings of Dun Knock as the interpretation evolves.

Originally posted on Designing Digital Engagements:
The SERF project has been investigating hillforts in Strathearn, Perthshire since 2007.  We have now explored eleven sites and have dug trenches across their surviving ramparts and ditches.  Over the seasons of fieldwork I have become more aware that what we can say about a site is not only…

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In between jetting off to Sweden, New Zealand and the USA (hope to get permissions to write a post about what I was up to soon…) over the past month or two I published a paper in the De Gruyter Open Archaeology journal. The journal is open access which is great because it’s peer reviewed and freely available […]

Gothenburg

Really excited to be speaking at the Challenge the Past Diversify the Future conference in Gothenburg next week. I’m giving a paper entitled “Beyond Digital Dwelling: Practice-Based Engagements for Interpretive Visualisation in Archaeology” where I’ll be talking about the work we’ve been doing since the Digital Dwelling film, building upon what we learned and further developing […]

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As many of you will know if you read the blog regularly, since the Digital Dwelling fieldwork I’ve continued to work on a number of collaborative projects and endeavors with Aaron Watson, Kieran Baxter and John Was. So I’m excited to share that in addition to my own projects I am now also working with Monumental, a creative heritage interpretation […]

Green screen

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 […]

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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…