I am passionate about the adoption and use of digital technologies to improve both our working and personal lives.
Technology can help us learn and play!
I am a skilled and qualified teacher/lecturer of Computer Science and Digital Archaeology. I presently teach/tutor Web Development, Programming and Cyber Security.
I pride myself in my debugging and problem solving skills. I am an advocate of Computational Thinking!
I am very well travelled and well cultured.
Feb 2006 - Nov 2010
Fully funded Scholarship into Computer Applications in Archaeology. Lecturing in Digital Archaeology
Apr 2018 - Aug 2018
Upskilling and refresher in Modern JS frameworks
Mar 2018 - Apr 2018
Up skilling in management duties
Sep 2009 - Jun 2010
Included two secondary school placements teaching ICT and a primary school. Learning the Philosophy of teaching and educating.
Aug 2006 - Jun 2008
Tutition in the principles of lecturing to Undergraduates and Higher Education students.
Sep 2004 - Aug 2005
MSc Archaeological Computing (virtual pasts) including data visualisation, ArcGIS, XML, X/HTML, Databases
Sep 2001 - Jul 2004
Heritage Conservation BSc (Hons 2.1)
March 2017 - Present
Senior Tutor of the IT service Line specialising in Web Development and programming. I also support Cyber Security, Infrastructure and Networks. The role includes tutoring and mentoring students online. Marking and assessing students work and providing constructive feedback. Designing and updating course content and creating additional resources.
Mar 2016 – April 2017
Teacher of Computer Science. Teaching GCSE OCR and AQA 9-1 GCSE. KS3, KS4 and KS5. Yr7 Mentor. Cambridge Technical in ICT (KS5). Also taught History and RS (KS3).
Jan 2016 – Mar 2016
Supply teacher. GCSE Computer Science, Maths, Business Studies.
Jan 2015 – Oct 2015
Supply teacher mainly teaching Computer Science, ICT and Business Studies at secondary level. Including GCSE Computer Science (AQA and OCR)
May 2013 – Dec 2014
Carrying out Hull Condition Surveys, Steel Renewal, Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement (UTM), NDT Inspections, Coating Condition Surveys and Pitting tests using Ultra-sound technologies.
Jul 2011 – Present
Services include – non-destructive, archaeological, metric, photogrammetric, dendrochronological, and geophysical surveying of historic buildings. Appling Digital Archaeological techniques
Below are some examples of my previous contracts. Both in web design and digital archaeology.
A Geophysical Survey of an Ottoman Fortress
I like to take extraordinary shots of ordinary things.
With over 17 years experience of researching and recording medieval buildings with a particular interest in the carpentry employed during the construction of late-medieval timber-framed buildings (c. 1280-1530).
Whether you are looking to promote your business or record life's special moments, Meowcat Media, can offer a bespoke solution.
A website dedicated to the study, recording and dissemination of data relating to English Medieval Architecture and Carpentry.
Here at microFusion we provide our students with the latest in Information Technology (IT) backed by the globally recognised 'CompTIA', and 'CIW' allowing our students to get the very best in IT training. Our main goal is to ensure you finish ‘industry-ready’ and prepare you for a professional career in the IT industry you’ve always wanted.
Whether it’s jump-starting your very first career, or a complete career change, microFusion() is here to ensure your passion for IT evolves into a viable career as a successful IT Professional.
I can offer consultancy in both Digital Archaeology and Web Development. This includes Digital Imagery and Photography, Historic Building Surveys and Programming. See below for more details
I can help you manipulate and create original digital images and photographs.
Consultations on the conservation and recording of medieval timber-framed buildings utilising both experience and Digital Archaeology.
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