Kim is an archaeologist, historian and educator with over 20 years experience of interpreting the past for people of all ages. She’s happiest when helping children learn how to think about historical and archaeological sources. She’s been lucky enough to have worked at Hampton Court Palace, the V&A, the British Museum and the Pitt Rivers Museum, but running Sourcery by Schools Prehistory is the best job ever.
Contact her on kim (at) schoolsprehistory (dot) co (dot) uk, find her on LinkedIn or see what she’s up to at her blog.
Giles Carey (Webmaster)
Giles is a heritage data specialist as well as a prehistorian, specialising in Neolithic Scotland. He believes passionately in telling the stories of local, often less well-known sites, making the latest discoveries accessible to all. When not working his day-job as an Historic Environment Record officer, he can often be found on top of a windy hill doing geophysics, taking aerial photographs with a kite or digging here, there and everywhere – but especially Orkney. When it’s too wet even for him, he can be found creating websites, building 3D models and exploring LiDAR imagery of whole landscapes.