Siena Hutton became involved with From Stone to Screen in 2016, when she learned at a FSTS led workshop that they were in search of an archaeological illustrator for the George Fuller Collection. As a budding archaeological illustrator, Siena eagerly took on the project, having taught herself the necessary techniques, with assistance from Lisa Cooper, Chelsea Gardner, and Tina Ross.
Siena took on a new position with FSTS in the Spring of 2016 as a Digitization Assistant, specializing in Ancient Pottery. Through this position she creates a variety of teaching tools for presentation in classes, including powerpoints, instructor information packages, presentation notes, worksheets, and handouts.
Entering her fifth year of a BA in Classical Studies at UBC, Siena looks forward to continuing her work with FSTS, and hopefully presenting some of her work in classes or at conferences.
For more on Siena’s archaeological illustration, professional positions, and field work, please see her page on Academia.edu.