Based in Cambridge, UK, I currently work as an illustrator in commercial archaeology. My day-to-day work includes mostly maps, plans, and sections, but as you can see I am also an experienced reconstruction illustrator.


In 2015–16 I completed 12 months of training in Reconstruction Illustration with Historic England through the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) work-based training scheme. In 2016–17 I worked for English Heritage as an Architectural and Cartographic Illustrator, producing graphics for English Heritage Guidebooks.

I learned how to complete archaeological excavation through MOLA Headland Infrastructure, and went on to work for Headland Archaeology as an Illustrator for 3 years. I moved to Cambridge Archaeological Unit in 2021. I am a committee member of, and the Treasurer for, the Graphics Archaeology Group, and I am a member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists at ACIfA level.


Outside of archaeology, I play the hammered dulcimer in my band, Tape Runs Out.

Education:

Foundation Diploma, Chelsea College of Art & Design (2009–2010)

BA (Hons) Illustration, Cambridge School of Art (2010–2013)


This website was built by me, apart from the gallery viewer. Photograph by John Vallender.