Fellow of St Edmund’s College
Director of Studies for St Edmund's, Lucy Cavendish, Fitzwilliam, Wolfson and Selwyn Colleges
I am an early medieval art historian. My areas of interest are the world of Late Antiquity and that of the Anglo-Saxon and other Germanic people.
I specialise in Insular Art and the iconography of early Anglo-Saxon coinage. In addition to further art historical contributions to numismatics and interdisciplinary methodological questions, I am currently working on the exegesis of imagined sacred landscapes through the sense of smell.
I am also an Honorary Research Associate at ASNAC, an Associate member of the Coins and Medals Department, Fitzwilliam Museum, and a regular contributor to the international Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae project.
I am the Director of Studies for History of Art for St Edmund's, Lucy Cavendish, Fitzwilliam, Wolfson and Selwyn College.
• Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles, 63. British Museum. Anglo-Saxon Coins. Part i. Early Anglo-Saxon Coins and Continental Silver Coins of the North Sea, c.600-760, British Museum Publications, 2013. (British Academy Grant).
• The Iconography of Early Anglo-Saxon Coinage (6th-8th centuries), Oxford 2003. (Paperback reprint, 2010; Kindle edn. 2012).