Zofia A. Guertin, PhD Candidate, University of St. Andrews.

Zofia is a German-Canadian artist and researcher currently residing in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Following a two-year intensive Fine Arts Diploma programme at Langara Colllege, she completed two undergraduate degrees at Simon Fraser University, in British Columbia, a BA double major History and Humanities, and a BGS Archaeology and Museum Studies.

Zofia moved to Edinburgh, Scotland in 2013 to complete an MSc in Classical Archaeology and Art at the University of Edinburgh. She is now pursuing doctoral work on the Egyptian cults and material culture in Roman urban contexts at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

Working with the Apolline Project and the University of Edinburgh (2016 - 2019), Zofia has spent the last three years as the Public Archaeology Co-ordinator and Project Manager at Aeclanum.