Elizabeth Frood is Associate Professor of Egyptology in the Faculty of Oriental Studies and a fellow of St Cross College. She is the author of Biographical texts from Ramessid Egypt (2007) and of articles on topics ranging from potters to religion. Elizabeth is co-director, with Dr Chiara Salvador (University Paul-Valéry, Montpellier 3), of the Karnak Graffiti Project, which is responsible for the recording and analysis of ancient hieroglyphic, hieratic, and pictorial graffiti inscribed on walls of the temple complex dedicated to the god Amun, Karnak, in the modern governorate of Luxor. This project is a collaboration with the Centre Franco-Égyptien d’Étude des Temples de Karnak. Various recording techniques have been productively tested over the life of this project, including Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and D-stretch. The project will move into a new phase in 2021, developing 3D GIS platforms for the modelling of graffiti practices over time and through space.