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Dr Anthony Masinton
Technical - 3D Modelling
Christianity & Culture

I'm responsible for creating the 3d model of St Stephen's in three periods based on ongoing discussions with the other project members. Now based at the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture at the University of York, I have many years' experience in digital heritage in the University of York Archaeology Department where I taught surveying of historic buildings, 3d modelling and the intellectual context of archaeological computing. My research interests are in the interplay of faith and space in late medieval and early modern ecclesiastic architecture.

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