LYNN FRASER LLB, DipLP, BSc (Hons), FSA SCOT
Lynn joined AOC in 2016 from Ross and Cromarty Archaeological Services (RoCAS), a consultancy she co-founded in 2010, and is currently a project officer in AOC’s Inverness office. Lynn originally trained and worked as a solicitor in Inverness. Following a break from her legal career, she retrained and has been working within Highland region as an archaeologist for the last 10 years.
Lynn is an experienced field archaeologist and consultant, having directed and co-directed numerous field and community projects across the Highlands, including a multi-period prehistoric site at Fortrose, research and design of the Strathpeffer Archaeology Trail app, excavation at Comar Wood Dun and design/management of the Inverness Townscape Heritage Digital Trail Project. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
Fortrose and Rosemarkie Waste Water Works (2012): archaeological watching brief and excavation
Strathpeffer Archaeology Trail (2011-12): researching and designing the trail together with assisting with filming and editing
Comar Wood Dun (2013-14): measured survey and evaluation of an Iron Age dun
Inverness Townscape Heritage Digital Trail (2016-17): researching and designing community sessions centred around Academy Street, Inverness engaging with different sectors of the community to produce content for a mobile website