Gabrielle completed in B.A. in Honours Classics at McGill University in 2012 and a M.St. in Classical Archaeology at the University of Oxford in 2013. Her Master’s dissertation focused on the reconstruction of the primary contexts of use and display of painted mummy portraits in Roman Egypt. Her current academic interests include the archaeology of Roman provinces, ancient visual culture, and Egyptomania from Antiquity to modern times. She has participated in excavation projects at Ancient Helike (Greece), Berkeley Castle (England), Argilos (Greece), Aphrodisias (Turkey), and Utica (Tunisia). In the field, she especially enjoys planning, mapping, and small finds drawing.