I am currently the Head of Conservation and Collections Care at the Mary Rose Trust (https://maryrose.org/). I am responsible for the conservation of the Mary Rose hull and associated artefacts, the care and management of the collection and research into novel conservation treatments and characterisation methods.
et al., 2018, A Synchrotron‐Based Study of the Mary Rose Iron Cannonballs, Angewandte Chemie, Vol:57, ISSN:1521-3757, Pages:7390-7395
et al., 2016, Strontium carbonate nanoparticles for the surface treatment of problematic sulfur and iron in waterlogged archaeological wood, Journal of Cultural Heritage, Vol:18, ISSN:1296-2074, Pages:306-312
et al., 2014, The Effects of Mary Rose Conservation Treatment on Iron Oxidation Processes and Microbial Communities Contributing to Acid Production in Marine Archaeological Timbers, Plos One, Vol:9, Pages:e84169-e84169
et al., 2012, Ionic nanoparticles in heritage conservation; treatments for the Mary Rose timbers, Solid State Ionics, Vol:225, ISSN:0167-2738, Pages:742-746
et al., 2012, Application of Microfocus X-Ray Beams from Synchrotrons in Heritage Conservation, International Journal of Architectural Heritage, Vol:6, ISSN:1558-3058, Pages:228-258
et al., 2011, Nanoparticle de-acidification of the Mary Rose, Materials Today, Vol:14, ISSN:1369-7021, Pages:354-358
et al., 2008, Strain development in nanoporous metallic foils formed by dealloying, Applied Physics Letters, Vol:92, ISSN:0003-6951