Long Term PreservationDigital Image ManagementOsteologyExifIPTCMetadataInfant BurialsProvenance
An experienced Software Product Manager with a background of both marketing and software development in large, small and startup environments. I am a practicing arhaeologist and my research is focused on infant burial practices and the provenance of digital records, a particularly pressing problem in archaeology which is the poor relation with respect to funding. I also specialise in photographing human remains: a key driver in addressing the issues of cataloguing, digital preservation and provenance.
Digital Provenance versus Preservation
Society of Museum Archaeologists Newsletter (2010)
Metadata for the mundane: Reasons and mechanisms for community archaeologists and small commercial units to document their digital photographs
Andrew T. Wilson
Proceedings of the CAA UK Chapter Meeting University of Liverpool, 6th and 7th February 2009 (2010) (February 2009) 8-16
Infant Burials in Puerto Rico Associated with Pottery “Baby Bowls” or Urns Excavated by Froelich Rainey in 1934
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History (2009) 50(April) 187-197
The Exploitation of digital photography in field archaeology and the requirements for embedded metadata as a key element for provenance.