Rose is an archaeologist and artist based in North Yorkshire. Her  work often explores the relationship between people and landscape through time. 

She is interested in how to tell different stories about the past; how to inspire people and create ways in which they can imagine past and future worlds. She does this through a whole range of work, from projects with museums and heritage organisations, writing and presenting for radio, illustrating and designing books. She enjoys collaborations that bring together different skills, research and approaches.

Rose’s work is trans-disciplinary, drawing on research and practice in archaeology, geology, ecology and nature recovery, and art. She uses these skills together to carry out a range of ongoing research projects and commissions.

Communication is at the heart of Rose’s work, ranging from creating artwork, illustrating and designing books, writing, and broadcasting for BBC Radio. She has created work for museums, heritage organisations and research projects, and is an experienced leader of creative workshops with adults and children.

She has a BA in Archaeology and Anthropology (University of Cambridge), an MFA in Illustration (Edinburgh College of Art) and a PhD (University of Exeter). Rose is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.