A bit about me, by Christine Markussen

My name is Christine Markussen and I’ve been working as a professional archaeologist for just about 20 years. I started as a field technician in 1998 and quickly developed a love for all things spatial within archaeology. I received my Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from a small college in Durango, Colorado. I started my journey… Continue reading A bit about me, by Christine Markussen


A bit about me, by Mary Saunders

My name is Mary Saunders and I have been an archaeologist of sorts for around 15 years. After studying for an archaeology degree at Durham and developing a real interest in survey, geophysics and GIS, I took myself off to Bradford for a Masters in Archaeological Prospection (shallow surface geophysics). This led to work with… Continue reading A bit about me, by Mary Saunders

A bit about me, by Michael Sharpe

  I work mainly as a freelance commercial archaeologist, recording archaeology in advance of roads, construction, and other developments in Scotland. I also work on community archaeology projects, such as the Cromarty Medieval Burgh Community Archaeology Project, and the Rosemarkie Caves Project. I specialise in technical small finds photography, and RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging). I… Continue reading A bit about me, by Michael Sharpe