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Christopher has acquired skills excavating in Hawaii and the Channel Country, Western Queensland, Australia. During the course of his undergraduate studies, he gained experience in laboratory and desktop-based assessments and seeks to learn new skills in the cultural heritage management arena.

Christopher completed a Bachelor of Arts with an extended major in Archaeology and a minor in Ancient History/History at the University of Queensland, in 2019. Following on from this he completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in 2021, receiving a 1st Class Honours from the same institution with a thesis titled: ‘Bones that Talk: Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Practices in the Channel Country, Southwestern Queensland, Australia’ which he seeks to publish.