As well as the Ortak Range, I’ve decided to release my updated pin models in bronze via Shapeways again. These will be available indefinitely and have been created from the more detailed focus stacked 3D meshes I was able to create last year. The original just cast form is available […]

2nd Edition Bronze Iron Age 3D printed pins now available


After a few months of collaboration between myself, The Orkney Archaeology Society and the Orcadian jewellery company Ortak we are very proud to announce The Cairns Pin range. This is a range of jewellery developed from the Iron Age pin I recreated from mould fragments recovered from The Cairns excavation. […]

The Cairns Pin Ortak Range now available


I am very pleased to announce that I’ve been awarded a scholarship for the University of Kent to work on my proposal looking at Virtual Reality and its potential use in archaeological theory. This is actually a proposal I began over a year ago in December 2015 and I was […]

My Future Studies in 3D



Thanks to the UHI Archaeology Institute, it appears my work has been picked up by the BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-37481840 I hope it can lead to finding some funding for a PhD as I’d love to take this study much further.  

Dissertation Publicity