I am currently working on architectural and artefact distributional GIS-based studies
I am a PhD candidate at La Trobe University, Melbourne, studying artefact distribution and refuse management at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A site, Zahrat adh-Dhra‘ 2 (9,200 - 8,300 cal BC), located to the south-east of the Dead Sea in Jordan. I have field and survey experience at late Epipalaeolithic, early Neolithic and Bronze Age sites in Jordan and Indigenous and Historic sites in Australia.
I am currently working on architectural and artefact distributional GIS-based studies, focused on examining social dynamics during the early Neolithic in southwest Asia. My other research interests include the management and protection of cultural heritage, including the impacts of climate change and conflict on archaeological sites, chipped stone technology, early sedentism, and monumentality. I survey satellite imagery for EAMENA with a particular interest on modern-day border regions where geo-political circumstances may have inhibited the identification and protection of heritage.