Easter Island Statue Project Official Website
Staff & Collaborators

EISP Offices & Contact Information

Project Office

Easter Island Statue Project
225 Arizona Avenue, Studio 500
Santa Monica, CA. 90401
United States of America

Phone: (310) 395-6502

Field Office

Mana Gallery/Galería Mana
Petero Atamu s/n
Hanga Roa, Rapa Nui



Posted on May 5th, 2009 by EISP Staff | Categories: About EISP, EISP, Staff & Collaborators |

EISP Project Staff

Cristian Arevalo Pakarati and Dr. Jo Anne Van TilburgJo Anne Van Tilburg, Ph.D.

Director, EISP

Archaeologist; Director, UCLA Rock Art Archive; Fellow, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology; Project Director, Easter Island Statue Project Conservation Initiative

Cristián Arévalo Pakarati

Co-director, EISP

Native Rapa Nui professional artist and illustrator; surveyor; EISP project participant 1989-2000; project co-Director, 2000-present; co-owner, with Jo Anne Van Tilburg, of Galería Mana, Hanga Roa, Rapa Nui, Chile

Sarah Nava Sarah Nava

Archaeologist, GIS Specialist




Yeisi Pinochet

Archives Manager



Matthew Bates, P.E.Matthew Bates; P.E.

Field Surveyor



Kim Anh HoangKim Anh Hoang

Designer, Database Editor



Deidre WhitmoreDeidre Whitmore

Database Editor, Research Assistant


Amanda SpradlingAmanda Spradling

Digital Files Editor



Baiheri Tuki Haoa

Photographer and Collections Records



A40_2011_55_004Tahira Edmunds

Data Collection and Transfer



EISP Data Conversion Project Consultants

Alice HomAlice L. Hom

Design Consultant, Data Manager, EISP
B.A., UCLA. Graphic artist, UCLA Rock Art Archive; EISP database manager, 2002-2008; EISP website creator; Database Conversion Project Manager, 2009-2010. www.alicehom.com

Ewan BrandaEwan Branda

Ph.D. candidate, Architectural History and Theory, UCLA. www.modernarchitecture.net

Yoh KawanoYoh Kawano

UCLA, Campus GIS Coordinator, Academic Technology Services.


EISP Conservation Project Initiative Collaborators

Monica Bahamondez PrietoMonica Bahamondez Prieto

Conservador Jefa, Centro Nacional de Conservación y Restauración, Santiago de Chile


Christian FischerChristian Fischer, Ph.D.

Research Associate, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology



Posted on May 4th, 2009 by EISP Staff | Categories: EISP, Staff & Collaborators |