Giulia is a Senior Archaeologist with over 10 years’ experience in commercial archaeology and consultancy both in the United Kingdom and Italy. She has worked on major infrastructure projects, such as A14 and HS2, as well as countless smaller projects primarily based in the complex London urban environment.
Her work has mainly involved large fieldwork projects and Cultural Heritage consulting, related to both Archaeology and Built Heritage, such as Cranfield Air Park, HS2 St James Burial Ground, and London Roman City Wall. As a result, she is a recognised archaeologist by the Chartered Institute for Archaeology (PCIfA), the Italian Soprintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio, and by the Confederazione Italiana Archeologi (CIA).
As a senior archaeologist with a broad experience in the excavation of human remains and post medieval burial grounds, Giulia has been a key member of the Iceni team on the project at Guy’s Hospital Nuffield House (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust). Here, a previously unknown post medieval cemetery, in all likelihood connected with the earlier phases of the hospital, has been identified and subsequently excavated.
Giulia comes from a solid research background mainly revolving around urban landscape, Archaeology and urban development, ancient Topography as well as Rock Art studies specifically on the ‘Rock Drawings in Valcamonica’, Italy’s first recognized World Heritage Site. During her academic years she focused on the late Antique and Early byzantine Archaeology and have been a member of several international projects, including the Italian Archaeological Mission at Tyana/Kemerhisar, Bor – Niğde in Turkey (University of Padua), and the Franco-Italian archaeological mission at Loron/Lorun, Parenzo/Poreč Croatia (Université Bordeaux 3 –– Centre Ausonius, École française de Rome, and University of Padua).