Paul is a Lecturer in Film and Television Technology at Staffordshire University and a member of the Centre of Archaeology. He has a passion for documentary film making, particularly regarding crime and conflict. Paul was the Director of Photography for the Recording Cultural Genocide and Killing Sites” project.
Other Team Members:
Thanks are also due to Mel Lee (Editor), Tom Read (Assistant Editor) and Natalie Argent (Assistant Editor)
David specialises in the development of engaging interactive environments using visualisation equipment and practices, including 3D photogrammetry and laser scanning. As a Senior Lecturer in Games Design at Staffordshire University, heworks within the Epic Games Centre team. He is also a web developer and he designed the “Recording Cultural Genocide” website.
Alex is a placement student based within the Centre of Archaeology at Staffordshire University. He has worked for the Centre since 2018 and has assisted with research and fieldwork on numerous archaeological projects. Alex has helped upload content to the “Recording Cultural Genocide and Killing Sites” project website.
The project team would like to thank our project partners as well as a number of experts and students who contributed to the project. Special thanks are due to:
JoAnn Siegenski, The Matzevah Foundation
Bruce Mussey, The Matzevah Foundation
Elaine Brown, The Matzevah Foundation
Wanda Hutny, State Museum at Auschwitz-Birkenau
Piotr Setkiewicz, State Museum at Auschwitz-Birkenau
Piotr Daczynska and family
Roma Sendyka and students from the Jagellonian University in Krakow, Poland
Tim Harris (Senior Lecturer of Physical Geography) and students from Staffordshire University
All of the volunteers who have assisted in the clearing and archaeological work