Being part of the Gruinard Island/Anthrax Island project was particularly intriguing for us, as it held personal significance.
This island, a place where our family has both shared moments and played on the beach, added a unique layer of connection to the work.
The intersection of personal history and professional engagement brought an added depth to the project. It became more than just an assignment—it was a journey into a familiar yet transformed landscape, prompting a thoughtful and resonant approach to the tasks at hand.
This personal connection infused our work with a sense of commitment and appreciation, making the project both professionally rewarding and personally meaningful.
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