I adopt a variety of approaches to suit individual needs from degree level to A-level. This can be both informal and formal dependent on the topic. Teaching can be provided one-to-one and through a range of mediums including PowerPoint, mock tests, referrals to relevant information sources and learning tools.
I have several years experience working in the heritage industry across heritage consultancy, historic houses, the National Trust, National Amenity Societies such as the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) and not-for-profit organisations. I have a MA Cultural Heritage Management (University of York) and I am a member of the Institute of Conservation and the Council for British Archaeology. I have extensive knowledge of Heritage preservation through legalisation, policy and guidance, most specially the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA). I work regularly with County Archaeologists, Conservation Officers, Historic England and Cadw representatives in identifying potential impacts to the historic environment. I have archaeological experience in preparing Setting Assessments and Written Schemes of Investigation (WSI) for archaeological fieldwork. In my spare time, I am involved in community digs and work with local Civic Trusts to preserve the character of local communities in the UK.
As a heritage consultant, I have high-level experience working with heritage assets (designated and non-designated) in assessing potential impacts of large-scale infrastructure projects across England and Wales. I am a Trustee of Rainhill Civic Society and a member of the Shakespeare North curatorial group (Prescot) wherein I contribute to Heritage Lottery Fund bids and exhibition planning and preparation. I also contribute to several community digs, most specifically with Big Heritage C.I.C. based in Chester.
I hold a BA (Hons) in History from the University of Liverpool, specialising in a range of topics including US Cold War relations with Central America and Afghanistan; Late Medieval and Post-medieval kingship, most specially the English Civil Wars (1642 - 1649). I also possess MA in Cultural Heritage Management from the University of York, covering a range of topics from heritage protection to buildings survey, historic buildings archaeology to historic interiors.
I have worked with York Civic Trust (Fairfax House) in preparation for the Summer 2015 exhibition, Consuming Passions: Luxury Shopping in Georgian Britain. I have also worked with the Council for British Archaeology in conducting research into the accessibility of online resources for Listed Building owners and local communities affected by the planning process. As a statutory consultee, I contributed to the planning process in responding to public comments on behalf of CBA Listed Building Caseworkers for England and Wales.
I have worked with the National Trust’s Hardmans’ House in Liverpool through ‘The Hardmans' House Inventory Marking Project’ comprising analysis and interpretation of mid-twentieth century documents including letters, diary extracts and photographs belonging to renowned photographer, Edward Chambre Hardman. A key feature of this project included identifying conservation methods for specific materials and objects while also recording, repairing and storing damaged artefacts. As part of this , I was also involved in exhibition preparation and transcribing practices, including larger exhibitions at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Exhibition.
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