ISABEL

I am a Heritage Consultant, having joined Artefact in January 2020. I like working across both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal heritage and have enjoyed gaining professional experience on various scales, from small due diligence heritage assessments to long-term State Significant Developments.

ABOUT

ISABEL

I first discovered my love of archaeology at the tender age of nine, when visiting Ireland’s Neolithic passage tomb ‘Newgrange’ for the first time. Since then, I have visited heritage sites all over the world, including Peru, Nepal, and Indonesia. During university I discovered a love for Indigenous Australian studies and completed a four-week internship with anthropologists in the beautiful Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara. I hope that the work we do in heritage will help people in Australia foster a connection to place, and to each other.

Outside of work you will find me with my young family, exploring the campgrounds around Sydney, or planning the next visit to Newgrange (it will be my fifth).

MY ARTEFACT

Every archaeologist loves having their hands in the soil – growing flowers is the obvious next step. During the lockdowns of 2020 and 2021 I may have even been known to make (contactless) flower deliveries to my local friends and colleagues!

LOCATION

Suite 56, Jones Bay Wharf 26-32 Pirrama Road, PYRMONT NSW 2009

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