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Head Office
Wessex Archaeology
Portway House
Old Sarum Park



I have been a member of the marine geophysics since 2009, following a number of years working in the offshore survey industry, and have worked on a large number of varied projects during my time at Wessex Archaeology. These have ranged from individual wreck sites, through local developments such as harbour extensions and dredging, to large scale offshore wind farm sites. My primary roles within the department are to process and interpret marine geophysical data sets and to lead larger projects, including quality control both during processing and interpretation and of the final project deliverables.

I am motivated by a desire to understand more about the submerged environment. Through my background in geology, geotechnics, and geoarchaeology, I have a particular interest in shallow geology, palaeolandscapes, and how the changing environment of the past has affected human history. I also have an interest in new technologies and how they can aid and improve upon marine geophysical survey, and I am always looking for ways to streamline and improve our internal processing and interpretation procedures.