Her woman-owned business, operating since 1996, partners with other cultural resource management companies, engineering and environmental firms, and university based archaeologists.
Research projects are designed based on the nature of the remains, and the quality of organic preservation. Faunal remains are identified and analyzed with specific questions in mind and results interpreted within the context of temporal and cultural affiliation, site history and occupational sequence.
Analytical services include the identification and analysis of faunal remains, database, data interpretation, and preparation of a faunal report. Identifications include species and element, age determination, and bone modifications. The laboratory houses a large comparative type collection including a range of domesticated and wild mammals and birds, fish, and reptiles and amphibians and an extensive reference library.