Emily Pickering

Emily Pickering

Emily is a talented emerging heritage professional and archaeologist, with 5 years of research and consulting proficiency. Her excavation experience spans NSW, the ACT, QLD and King John’s Palace, Nottingham UK.

Prior to joing us, Emily worked as a volunteer at the Blue Mountains Branch of the National Trust, Australian Institute of Archaeology at Athens, and Blue Mountains Historical Society. 

She joined the company as a research assistant and trainee heritage consultant in 2020, while studying at Macquarie University. Her final undergraduate project focused on ‘applications of second order spatial statistics for archaeology’, was accepted at both the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists’ Innovation Conference and the Computer Applications & Quantitative Analysis in Archaeology Conference at Edinburgh. 

Emily is a keen researcher and gifted writer, taking great pleasure in the research chase. She is particularly interested in archaeological projects. Emily is a valued member of the team for her conscientious and diligent approach to compliance with all relevant state and commonwealth heritage legislation. Her reccomendations balance the heritage concerns of all stakeholders. She also manages our database and edits the website.