Adrienne Ellis is the Director and Senior Archaeologist at Matrix Archaeological Services - a company that brings together qualified and experienced specialists from the various disciplines of Australian cultural heritage management. Our senior cultural heritage advisors are recognised experts in their fields, and the Matrix team has extensive experience in managing the heritage requirements of industrial and residential developments, infrastructure and civil works.
With over 17 years of experience in both Aboriginal and historical cultural heritage management, Adrienne is recognised as an expert in the analysis and interpretation of historical remains. Heritage Victoria has engaged her services on numerous occasions, for the co-ordination of public exhibitions, as Acting Senior Archaeologist and for the development of best practice guidelines.
Recent key projects include: Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs); 279-291 La Trobe Street, Melbourne; Eureka Heritage Precinct, Ballarat; 206-216 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne; 19-37 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne; Carlton Gardens; and the Yorktown settlement site in northern Tasmania.
2004-present Director / Senior Archaeologist, Matrix Archaeological Services
2004 Acting Senior Archaeologist, Heritage Victoria
2003 Exhibitions Coordinator, Heritage Victoria
2001-2004 Archaeologist (sub-contractor), various employers
2001 Project Coordinator, Heritage Victoria
1999-2004 Research Assistant, La Trobe University