Katherine (Kat) Hamilton
Katherine graduated with a BA (Hons) in Archaeology from UCL in 2004 and an MLitt in the History of Collections and Collecting from University of Glasgow in 2007. Since then, she has worked in commercial archaeology, joining OA East in 2011 as an assistant supervisor and taking over the role of Archives Supervisor in 2015. Highlights of Katherine’s time in Archives include working with Cambridgeshire County Council to re-catalogue and move its archaeological store to Deepstore facilities. She is also responsible for updating the online library and is the DSE assessor for OA East.
Outside archiving, Katherine’s interests include the early medieval in northern Europe, particularly the Vikings, and she has spent several years participating in research projects on Orkney. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
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).
Chris is a senior project manager in the post-excavation department at OA South. His responsibilities are focused on the management of the final stages of projects: assessment and analysis of the results of excavations, and publication of a final report. This role involves focusing resources as efficiently as possible upon both the needs of our clients and relevant academic research questions.
Chris has worked at OA for over 14 years on projects ranging from an early Neolithic long house in Kent to the world’s first purpose-built office building, Somerset House in London. He has special interests in the prehistoric period, especially the Neolithic and Bronze Age, and in the use of quantitative methods in post-excavation analysis.
Chris has a BSc from the Institute of Archaeology in London and a PhD from Cambridge. He has worked on numerous excavations in Britain, France, Germany, Malta and Peru, and lectured for two years at the University of California, Berkeley.
Chief Executive Officer
Gill has worked for Oxford Archaeology since 1986, as a field officer and senior project manager at OA South, Regional Manager at OA North, and now as Chief Executive Officer. She has over 30 years’ experience of a variety archaeological projects of many periods, undertaken in the United Kingdom and overseas, and has a particular research interest in British Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement and landscape. She has considerable experience of project management, post-excavation programmes, publication and consultancy work, including EIAs, large tenders and acting as an expert witness.
Gill has a degree in History and Archaeology from the University of Reading and a PhD from University College London. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries (FSA) and a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA). Gill is also a Trustee of the Rollright Trust, a Visiting Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford, and an Honorary Research Associate of the University of Oxford School of Archaeology.
Charlotte joined the post-excavation team at OA South in 2019.
Having been interested in history and archaeology from school days, Charlotte graduated with a BA in Classical and Historical Archaeology from the University of Sheffield in 2010. She developed a particular interest in the material culture of the medieval period and went on to complete an MA in Material Culture Studies, also at the University of Sheffield. She stayed on to undertake doctoral research, investigating late medieval book fittings archaeologically recovered from English monastic sites.
After gaining her PhD in 2016, and following a period of work with the university, she joined Archaeology South-East (UCL) in 2017 where, on joining the post-excavation team, she further developed her research and writing skills through the production of a wide variety of grey literature reports and publications.
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