I am an historical archaeologist whose interests include the intersections between identity, landscape, and power. I also routinely draw upon a transdisciplinary methodology using various digital technologies such 3D/VR, GIS, and remote sensing (e.g., GPR, LiDAR). These technologies allow me to investigate the above intersections as well as the ways dynamic geophysical processes impact heritage sites while exploring new ways of communicating this research with the public.
My education includes a BA from the University of Arkansas, an MS from Michigan Tech, and MA and PhD degrees from the University of Florida.
In addition, my work focuses on applied and engaged approaches. This includes consulting work on the application of digital technologies for heritage. Much of this takes place as a principal investigator with Digital Heritage Interactive, LLC. This work includes digital documentation of historical resources, architectural history, and the creation of virtual worlds representing past places. You can view examples of this aspect of my work at my Sketchfab page.