Bryan ALVEY

UCL, heritage database manager

Having started out life as an archaeologist, Bryan moved into the application of IT systems for the cultural heritage world and now has a wide experience in the development of digital inventories and reporting systems for both museums and archaeology. A long-term consultant for both English Heritage and Historic England, he has an abiding enthusiasm for the utilisation of computing in the service of documenting and protecting heritage sites, and has experience of working with ARCHES, the platform that is enabling the CAAL project to move forward in creating a powerful long-term tool for knowledge transfer and international cooperation. When he is not looking at screens he enjoys his cats, playing guitar, and indulging his love of the Himalaya, eclectic and world music, and footy of course.

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