Senior Heritage Consultant
Angela So has over 15 years’ experience in archaeology, historical research and interpretation planning.
She holds a Master of Arts (Research) in convict landscape archaeology and has particular expertise in historical research and investigation, and the development of interpretive content for a diverse range of formats.
Angela is also a skilled field archaeologist and has assisted with the development of photographic archival recordings. She is also well versed in local, state and Commonwealth heritage legislation.
Angela has worked on both public and private sector archaeology projects across Australia, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Sydney Opera House and Macquarie Harbour (a part of the Tasmanian Wilderness listing).
She has also worked on international projects in Cambodia, the Caribbean and Cyprus. Most recently, Angela has undertaken historical research and interpretation planning for Parramatta Park.
‘I love working in historical research and heritage interpretation. Pulling together stories in a cohesive and meaningful way is incredibly satisfying.’
Master of Arts (Research), University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Sydney
Australia ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites).
Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology.