My area of research lies in the crossover of palaeontology and archaeology. I am interested in how people interacted with animals in the past, and how signals of those relationships and strategies are preserved in the fossil record.
I started at Flinders University in 2019, combining Archaeology and Palaeontology degrees, and my work continues to involve a host of disciplines.
As an Honours student, I am investigating the composition and taphonomy of a Pleistocene-age vertebrate collection from the Flinders Ranges. This research involves identifying which species were at the site, what their remains indicate about how they were used, and how this changed with time and climate.