Anthony staring work at OA North in 2007 and moved to OA East in 2010. He graduated from York University in 2002 with a BSc in Archaeology and then in 2004 with an MSc in Zooarchaeology. He has worked on a number of large pipeline and infrastructure projects across the country.
Anthony has particular interests in the Late Upper Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and aviation archaeology. He has worked on several significant flint scatters including the Mesolithic site at Stainton West, Carlisle, and a Mesolithic house on the Isle of Man at Ronaldsway airport. He was the project officer in charge of the excavation of a large in-situ Late Upper Palaeolithic site at Hinxton, Cambridgeshire. He led the excavation of the Holme Fen Spitfire, and has been involved with the excavation of P51D Mustang ‘Ellie May’ and Halifax Bomber LL587.
Outside of OA, Anthony is involved with the People of the Heath community excavation project at Petersfield Heath.
Ant is also Oxford Archaeology East’s health and safety advisor, and is an Associate of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (AIOSH). He is also an Associate of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (ACIfA).
Rebecca (Becky) Peacock
Becky has worked for Oxford Archaeology as a Project Officer since 2013 and divides her time between running fieldwork projects and organising the outreach activities for the Oxford office. Most recently she worked on the outreach programme for the large Westgate Oxford development, which involved organising the popular Pop Up Museum, schools visits, open days and website.
Becky graduated with a BSc in Archaeology from Bournemouth University in 2002 and in 2000 with an HND in Practical Archaeology. She joined Oxford Archaeology in 2003 as a field archaeologist and became a supervisor in 2006. She worked on a variety of large archaeological projects, including industrial complexes in the south of Wales, the multiperiod East Kent Access Road scheme in Kent, and a WWII prisoner of war camp in Cherbourg, France. Becky worked for other archaeological companies from 2011, on a post-medieval cemetery clearance and a Environment Agency flood alleviation scheme near Chichester for Archaeology South-East, and then as a supervisor for Network Archaeology on a Mesolithic site near Gatwick airport. She is an Associate (ACIfA) of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists.
John started working in commercial archaeology in 2007 after graduating from the University of Nottingham. He joined OA as an Assistant Supervisor in 2009 and spent the first year of his OA career working in France. Since then he has worked on a variety of fascinating projects, including Crossrail, the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road and Thame Site F1.
Nick graduated from the University of Bradford in 2008 with a BSc in Archaeology and has since worked for a number of archaeological units in the south and east of England. He joined OA East in 2011, and has subsequently worked on a broad range of sites and periods throughout East Anglia, including the Great Fen Spitfire project. His current role involves directing excavation on site and writing reports in the post-excavation phase, recent work has included large excavations of Iron Age and Roman activity in Essex and large and small evaluations throughout Cambridgeshire.
Mike has been working in the field of flint analysis since 1994. He has conducted the excavation, analysis and publication of lithics assemblages from Britain, France and Cyprus. He has excavated over 300 in situ lithic scatters/knapping floors and has conducted detailed analysis on several important assemblages of flint, including the Arran Water Ring Main scheme, Scotland, the Dagenham Beam Washlands Scheme, London, and the Guildford late Upper Palaeolithic site.
His current major project is the full analysis of 450,000 flints from around 250 flint scatters at Bexhill in Sussex, one of Europe’s most important preserved early Holocene landscapes. He has presented papers/posters at several conferences, including at the XVII World UISPP congress, Burgos, Spain (2014), at the Mesolithic In Europe, Belgrade, Serbia (2015), and in 2016 at the Paleo 20/20 in London and at Lithics society, Oxford. He will be teaching flint handling and analysis at the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education in 2017.
Malgorzata (Gosia) Kwiatkowska
Gosia graduated from University of Liverpool in 2011 with a BA (Hons) in Archaeology of Ancient Civilisation and then in 2013 with an MA in Archaeology and joined Oxford Archaeology soon after. Since then she has worked on a large range of commercial projects including Roman and medieval rural settlements in Suffolk and Norfolk, and she oversaw the excavations of Iron Age and Bronze Age settlement in Kent. In her current role she oversees excavations on site and is responsible for post-excavation writing-up. She is also an archaeological surveyor.
Paddy has a BA (Hons) in Archaeology and Landscape History. He has worked for Oxford Archaeology since 2014 and has worked on an array of projects since joining, covering all periods. Recently, Paddy helped oversee the large excavation of a complex Roman settlement at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, and directed the excavation at Willingham, Cambridgeshire.
Paddy has a specialist interest in the archaeology and history of the Roman world and has a deep knowledge of the Roman historic environment. Outside of OA, Paddy provides talks and lectures on all aspects of the Roman world to a plethora of local groups and provides advice on the finds and fieldwork undertaken in the area and around the UK.
Senior Project Manager
Joakim Thomasson is a Senior Project Manager responsible for managing fieldwork and post-excavation projects and compiling tenders for a wide range of projects and clients. He joined Oxford Archaeology in 2019 and is a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA).
Joakim graduated with a BA in Historical Archaeology from Lund University Sweden in 1993. He has more than 20 years’ experience of commercial archaeology and has held senior management positions in the heritage sector. Apart from archaeology, he has acquired a wide experience and competence in historic environment conservation, public dissemination and museum collection management.
Joakim has participated in several academic research projects, published a wide range of articles in peer-reviewed journals and academic books and is in the final stages of his PhD in Historical Archaeology at Lund University in Sweden. He has a special interest in urban archaeology, buildings and landscapes as well as archaeological methodology.