GradDip (Distinction) Interpretation: Management & Practice GradDip Heritage Studies
Officially the wearer of the red plait, Catherine heads up all our heritage interpretation, illustration and sacred space projects. She brings 18 years experience of working within the public, private and charity sectors, in the UK and Australia.
Catherine's skills lie in strategic interpretation planning and then bringing the big picture down to the detail - delving beneath the layers to find intangible meanings and create an in-depth story of place. She has won (as part of a team) two Planning Institute of Australia Awards for Planning Excellence - NSW (2003) and National (2004) for the management and interpretation plan of two Aboriginal art sites.
MA (Distinction) Religion: The Rhetoric and Rituals of Death BA (Hons) Death Loss and Palliative Care
With over 26 years experience in death care, Angie is responsible for Ichabod and his family, providing resources, guidance and care of the body training to specialist organisations and individuals.
She holds an informed and unique perspective on mortality and death. Angie is a french polisher by trade and an embalmer by profession. She has undertaken most of the practical tasks relating to funerals and has looked after many friends and family members personally after they died, including a short stint as a premises inspector for a Funeral Trade Organisation.