I work regularly in the field of experimental archaeology, where my main area of focus is prehistoric metalworking technology. I am involved with Umha Aois, an interdisciplinary team of artists and archaeologists, who meet regularly to explore the skills and techniques involved in ancient bronze casting. Along with other members of Umha Aois, I have spent the last few years making reproductions of ancient musical instruments. More about that on the Music page.
I work with the Irish Fieldschool of Prehistoric Archaeology, where we run courses for students on experimental archaeology during the summer.
I also had the privilege of working with the amazing Pallasboy Vessel Project, where I made tools for their exploration of ancient woodworking.