Jim Brightman MCIfA
Jim is a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant with particular interests in landscape archaeology, community archaeology and historic farm buildings. Outside archaeology Jim is a keen musician and hillwalker, and can also be found dangling from rock faces around the north of England.
Chris Scott MCIfA
Chris has a wealth of varied experience in all parts of the heritage sector. He has managed schemes in rural and urban settings, often on complex sites with demanding health and safety requirements and logistics. Chris also has longstanding experience in historic buildings consultancy and survey. Chris has worked on a considerable number of industrial sites and has an enduring love of stationary engines, bricks and Sunderland AFC.
Tiffany Snowden MCIfA
Tiffany is a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant with specialisms in historic building consultancy, community archaeology and osteoarchaeology, both human and animal. In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys needle-felting, country walks, and spending time with her many pets.
Frankie Wildmun PCIfA
Frankie is a professional archaeologist specialising in palaeopathology and archaeological fieldwork. She has particular interests in osteoarchaeology, social history and pottery, particularly from the industrial period. In her spare time, she is an avid living historian focusing on women’s roles during WWI and WWII, Girl Guide leader and developing seamstress.
Senior Archaeologist / Heritage Consultant
Dr Scott Williams MCIfA
Scott is a professional archaeologist with many years’ experience managing and supervising archaeological projects of all types and sizes. He has a background in computer technologies and specialises in the use of GIS and CAD software applications for heritage projects, including work in Egypt as part of a multi-disciplinary research team. Scott is an experienced caver who can often be found deep beneath the Mendip Hills. When not crawling through muddy holes he enjoys computer games.