Matt Bradley

Matt Bradley

Project Manager

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01865 980723
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07584 501 617
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Matt has been involved with archaeology for over twenty years. He has a BA in Archaeology from UCL Institute of Archaeology (1992) and an MSc in GIS from UCL’s Department of Geomatic Engineering (1998). He has worked on a wide variety of sites in the UK, Europe and in the Middle East. He has been Head of Geomatics since 2006 and has worked in the Geomatics Department at OA since its inception in 2001.

He contributes to most projects at OA South which involve historic landscape survey and metric survey of earthworks and buildings, as well as many that concern heritage management and environmental assessment. Among other innovations, he has been involved with developing the application of GIS and LiDAR data for archaeological use. This has given him comprehensive experience of applying geomatics to heritage and archaeology.

Matt Bradley

Matt Bradley

Project Manager

Team:
Tel:
01865 980723
Mobile:
07584 501 617
E-mail:
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Matt has been involved with archaeology for over twenty years. He has a BA in Archaeology from UCL Institute of Archaeology (1992) and an MSc in GIS from UCL’s Department of Geomatic Engineering (1998). He has worked on a wide variety of sites in the UK, Europe and in the Middle East. He has been Head of Geomatics since 2006 and has worked in the Geomatics Department at OA since its inception in 2001.

He contributes to most projects at OA South which involve historic landscape survey and metric survey of earthworks and buildings, as well as many that concern heritage management and environmental assessment. Among other innovations, he has been involved with developing the application of GIS and LiDAR data for archaeological use. This has given him comprehensive experience of applying geomatics to heritage and archaeology.

Jamie Quartermaine

Jamie Quartermaine

Project Manager

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01524 880203
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07584 501 526
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Jamie Quartermaine (BA Hons, Surv Dip, MCIfA) has been a project officer and then project manager at OA North since 1984, and has considerable experience of all aspects of commercial archaeology. He has specialised in landscape recording and building surveys, and is one of the leading authorities in the study of archaeological landscapes. He has published monographs on the archaeological landscapes of the Lake District and the archaeology of Thomas Telford’s Holyhead road through North Wales.

Jamie is a qualified land surveyor, and has striven to develop landscape and building recording techniques, which vary from the introduction of GPS techniques in the early 1990s, to laser scanning, LiDAR, GIS and, more recently, modern photogrammetry techniques. He has extensive experience of training in all aspects of digital recording and was involved in the training of a Nepalese survey team to undertake a comprehensive recording programme of a large 17th-century palace on the outskirts of Kathmandu.

Gary Jones

Gary Jones

Project Officer

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01865 980787
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Gary studied archaeology in Cardiff, where his interest in prehistory coincided with the development of GIS and its use the spatial analysis of past landscapes, and he analysed privacy within Bulgarian Tell settlements during his M.Sc. at UCL.
 
Hired as a GIS specialist, Gary's role at OA has expanded along with the discipline and he undertakes various aspects of GIS management, analysis, and development - including utilising databases (MS Access & PostgreSQL/PostGIS), and intelligently incorporating more recent technologies, such as photogrammetry. Projects have varied from numerous characterisation studies (including an Historic Seascapes Characterisation Project), publication drafts, site data management, and co-managing the COMIC 3 project undertaken for English Heritage.
 
Gary has also focused on the dissemination of archaeological data within an IT framework. This includes the use of data within OA, aiming to push the company forward in regards to data storage, accessibility and usability, and as part of the wider archaeological community, where he is a member of the ICOMOS UK - Digital Technology Committee.


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