Cultural heritage professional, leading and transforming projects and organisations. Delivering pragmatic solutions for heritage in complex ethical, political and social contexts.
Resilient and imaginative leadership informed by decades of practical real-world experience in private and not-for-profit sectors. Celebrating vocational and entrepreneurial values, embedding ‘mission command’ approach across all roles.
Owning accountability - to regulators, clients, peers and the public. Doing the right thing, not just ticking boxes. Developing sustainable and inclusive approaches to cultural heritage policy and practice, anywhere in the world.
Context is everything. Delivering change through nuanced understanding of environmental, planning, heritage, archaeology and landscape policy in real-world situations. Going beyond compliance to deliver real public benefit.
Caring for the material remains of the past. Decades of international heritage management experience including infrastructure, agriculture and forestry - and government and NGO placemaking schemes.
The past exists in the imagination of the present. Evolving approaches in interdisciplinary environments to explore nuances created by stories, gaps and silences of evidence. Building local capacity and understanding in a global context.
Evidence-based action, reaching across silos. Understanding archaeologies of urbanisation, landscapes, colonialism and industrialisation. Thinking about borderlands, environmental change, contested heritage, religion and identity.
cultural heritage • archaeology • landscape • environment