Silicite - Flint - Chert - rawmaterial determinations
work in museums - archaeological mediation


My core competence is archaeological raw material analysis. I specialise in determining the origin of silicites (flints, cherts) from which archaeological artefacts are made.


The second main area of expertise is archaeological education in museums and outdoors. I develop educational concepts, content for exhibitions and work with groups of adults and children.

In addition to my self-employment, I also work for clients in an employment relationship.



  • 2021-2022 Conception and implementation of the Pfahlbauweg, a cultural trail to the pile dwellings along Lake Pfäffikon.
  • 2021 Inventory of the archaeological "Schwab Collection" for the New Museum of Biel/Bienne
  • 2020-2021 Creation of 4 exhibitions "The Pile Dwellers" for the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps
  • From 2019, mediation in the Archaeological Museum of the Canton of Solothurn
  • 2019 - Analysis of flint artefacts for the Canton of Zurich
  • 2018-2019 Generating mediation offers for the Archaeological Museum of the Canton of Solothurn
  • 2018 - Analysis of flint artefacts for a research project in Ukraine

My master's degree in geology gives me a good basis in natural sciences. Additionally I've got a Bachelor's degree in Prehistory and Archaeology of the Roman Provinces.


As an experienced museum employee, I know what is important for good guided tours - and how to get visitors interested in archaeological topics. I work in various museums since a long time and was a member of the board of ur.kultour.


I was on the road with a children's circus for two years. Here creativity, reliability and cooperation with people were important topics. This job gave me a lot of experience in dealing with children.


archaeology - geology

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