I graduated from the University of Tromsø in 2009, including an educational stay in Umeå (Sweden) focusing on environmental archeology.
After graduation, I was primarily employed by the Museum og Cultural History, excavating sites from the Mesolithic to the Viking Age.
However, one beautiful day in July 2013, I was called by NIKU and the great adventure in Oslo’s old town began.
Since that day, I have been in working on the archaeological excavations connected to the Follo Line project as a Field Supervisor and Assistant Field Supervisor. Although not every day is a party, I feel incredibly lucky.