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Ishbel, Brian, Danny & Tertia

Meet the team

Dr Tertia Barnett. Project ManagerDr Tertia Barnett. Project Manager

Tertia has worked on a wide range of archaeological projects in Britain, Europe and Africa. After obtaining her PhD from Bristol University in 1997, she lectured in Archaeology at Nottingham and Cardiff Universities. She subsequently worked for English Heritage, Oxford Archaeology North and Headland Archaeology. Most recently she has been running the Northumberland and Durham Rock Art project, working with volunteers to record prehistoric carvings and develop a national archive. She is an Honorary Fellow in the Department of Archaeology at Edinburgh University. Tertia.Barnett@rcahms.gov.uk

Andrew (Danny) Dutton. Field OfficerAndrew (Danny) Dutton. Field Officer

Andrew has broad archaeological experience gained from working for many years with Gwynedd Archaeological Trust based in north Wales where he was responsible for running the Drawing Office; not surprisingly much of his work contains a strong graphic element. More recently he has worked for Headland Archaeology running field and survey projects in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England. He maintains a particular interest in landscape archaeology and survey techniques which he hopes to develop further through interaction with participants in the Scotland's Rural Past Project. Andrew.Dutton@rcahms.gov.uk

Ishbel MacKinnon. Field OfficerIshbel MacKinnon. Field Officer

Ishbel is an experienced archivist, with an excellent knowledge of local and family history resources. She has worked for the last five years at the University of Aberdeen's Special Libraries and Archives and previously, at Northumberland Record Office and Heriot Watt University. She was brought up on a hill farm in Argyll, so has an excellent knowledge of farming practice and land-use issues. She has degrees in Geography and Landscape Archaeology from Aberdeen and Leicester Universities, respectively, and has undertaken research on deserted rural settlements in Argyll and the English Midlands. Ishbel.MacKinnon@rcahms.gov.uk

Brian Wilkinson. Interpretation OfficerBrian Wilkinson. Interpretation Officer

Brian has worked in heritage interpretation and education for the past 5 years at a variety of museums and visitor centres. Prior to joining the SRP team he was Learning and Programmes Officer for National Museums Scotland at the National Museum of Rural Life. An archaeology and prehistory graduate with a postgraduate diploma in multimedia technology, Brian has a strong interest in accessible and engaging interpretation of cultural heritage through various media. Brian.Wilkinson@rcahms.gov.uk

Kirsty MacDonald. Community Liaison OfficerKirsty MacDonald

Having graduated from the School of Scottish Studies at Edinburgh University, Kirsty moved back home to North Uist, where she began working as an Education Outreach Officer for the local museum/gallery Taigh Chearsabhagh. She has been involved in several community projects, and latterly co-ordinated the cataloguing of the Tobar an Dualchais/Kist o Riches project which digitised and made available online the folklore collections from the School of Scottish Studies. As well as volunteering on digs, her life-long interest in archaeology led to the opportunity to work on two BBC Alba TV series; presenting one on museums 'Ulaidhean' and researching and presenting another on Scotland's Archaeology 'Talamh Trocair'. Kirsty.MacDonald@rcahms.gov.uk

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