More about MatchstickCathedral
MatchstickCathedral specializes in digital humanities generally and archaeological/art historical visualization specifically. We've built a lot of virtual cathedrals and churches too (it's one of our specialties - check out our Portfolio.) We are also passionately interested in (and sometimes create) games, especially art games and games that deal with the past. We collaborate mostly with higher education, heritage sites and museums, but like working with anyone with mutually-interesting ideas. Finally, we consult at the grant-writing stage of projects, particularly on the technical elements.
About Anthony Masinton
Anthony Masinton has a PhD in Medieval Studies from the University of York and has been working in digital humanities and visualization for the past ten or twelve years. His specialty is historic buildings, especially medieval churches. He was Digital Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture at the University of York where he researched, surveyed and modeled historic churches and developed mobile apps for said churches. Prior to that he taught historic buildings survey and archaeological computing in the Department of Archaeology at the University of York.