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Storystorm Workshop

On the 5th June I’ll be talking at the Storystorm workshop being held at the Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio… The event is free but you do need to register, which you can do HERE.   StoryStorm Workshop: Heritage Stories and Digital Technology The StoryStorm Network is a collaborative exchange of methods for storytelling […]

The monastery.

Three Days at Petra

First off, a disclaimer that this post isn’t particularly research focussed so if you’re allergic to fun turn away now…still with me? Ok. Last week I returned from a fantastic adventure to the Middle East where I visited one of the ‘New Seven Wonders’ of the world – the ancient Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan. […]

The final image after some toning and tweaking in Photoshop.

Mesolithic Man: A Weekend Spent Eyebrow-Wrangling

For a little while now every so often I’ll take an afternoon or (if I really get into the zone) a weekend to spend some time working on small projects I’ve set for myself to practice and improve my skills in particular areas of my CGI work. Often when I’m working on reconstruction projects I […]

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And The Reviews Are In: Evaluating Digital Dwelling

It’s been a while since I’ve had time to sit down and properly write a reflexive blog post about anything to do with my PhD, and considering I’m currently finalising the last chapter of my thesis now seemed like as good a time as any! If you keep up with the blog you will know […]

Putting my thesis to the back of my mind for a few weeks in December!

This Was 2013- Now Back to Blogging

2013 shaped itself up to be a great year in a number of ways, especially for my research and archaeological pursuits. It was the year I got a taste for aerial archaeology flying over Cumbria thanks to Kieran Baxter, the year we released our Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae film on the unsuspecting public, and also the […]

Aaron Watson – Ask an Archaeologist

Aaron has just written a great post for the Ask an Archaeologist feature for the Prehistories blog, you can read it HERE.