Sarah Richardson is a Ph.D. candidate under the advisement of Dr. Haskel Greenfield conducting research on the domestic use of space during the Early Bronze III at the site of Tell es-Safi/Gath using geo-spatial techniques. She has been in the field of archaeology since 2013 and completed her M.A. degree at Tel Aviv University in 2016 on pigments in the Late Bronze Age at the site of Tel Azekah while also acting as a staff member in excavations with the Central Timna Valley Project. The projects that she has participated in and worked as staff on have allowed her to research her particular interests which include Bronze Age Israel, settlement patterns, Egyptian influence on Israel in the Bronze Ages, pigments and colorants of the ancient world, copper trade and production in the Southern Levant, bead and amulet production in the Late Bronze Age and the digital recording of archaeological sites.