As a Project Support Officer, I assist Artefact’s Project Managers and their teams with the delivery of quality heritage outputs. This involves project maintenance from beginning to end, efficient staff scheduling, and often involves thinking outside the box given the inherent diversity of projects. I’m currently finishing a Bachelor of Archaeology, majoring in Landscape Processes at Macquarie University. This combination of traditional archaeology, alongside a ‘reading the landscape’ approach has deepened my respect for both tangible and intangible cultural heritage. I’ve also had the opportunity to collaborate with communities as a Field Archaeologist on both Aboriginal and Historical projects.



My passion for the past began as a Jurassic Park obsessed young child. At home, my mother still has one of those ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’ questionaries, where my answer was…a Palaeontologist! Throughout life, I’ve explored my many interests through different careers like IT and Fitness, but this passion for the past has never left me. I decided to translate this passion into purpose when I began my Archaeology degree. For me, working with cultural heritage is a great privilege and one where I can hopefully make a difference for current and future generations.


Although a modern reproduction, this obsidian arrowhead demonstrates the durable, versatile and aesthetic qualities of Lithic technology. Artefacts like this hold continued cultural significance, have been pivotal to our shared human evolution and are endlessly fascinating to me.


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