Granville has been a full-time member of staff at Oxford Archaeology since 1989 and has a wealth of fieldwork experience gained from many years of working on and running sites of all periods from small watching briefs and evaluations to major excavations. Although at home with all types of archaeology Granville has a special interest in Neolithic and Bronze Age sites. In his current role as Assistant to the Head of Fieldwork his responsibilities include staff recruitment, organisation of training, maintaining the staff deployment programme and logistic tasks such as managing the company’s vehicle fleet.
James joined Oxford Archaeology in 2005, and has been a Project Officer since 2013.
James leads evaluations and excavations on site. He also specialises Historic Building recording. Drawing on a former career as a professional photographer, James does a great deal of photographic work, including photogrammetry, finds and publication photographs.
James makes a major contribution to community archaeology projects at our Cambridge office. Some major projects have included a large Heritage Lottery funded community excavation of a Roman villa at Itter Cresent, Peterborough, and also excavation of a Spitfire from Holme Fen in conjunction with the MoD’s Operation Nightingale.
After graduating from the University of Nottingham, John spent time working across East Anglia before joining Oxford Archaeology in 2009 as a Field Archaeologist. John became a Project Manager in 2017 and has worked on a wide variety of projects across the south of England.
These projects range from small scale watching briefs through to large infrastructure schemes, including the undergrounding of overhead cables in the rich prehistoric landscape of the Dorset Ridgeway.
John covers all periods having managed excavations in rich Neolithic landscapes right through to 19th century brickworks, however, his main interest is in prehistory.
Kathryn graduated with a BA in Archaeology from Reading University in 2012 and joined Oxford Archaeology shortly after.
Her current role includes co-ordinating large evaluations and excavations alongside post-excavation work. In the last year she has completed fieldwork and post-excavation reports on Late Bronze Age Settlement at Burwell, Iron Age to Roman Settlement at West Cambourne, Cambridgeshire and Late Iron Age to Roman Settlement at Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Kathryn has a particular interest in Romano-British Archaeology, is currently undergoing specialist training in Roman pottery and is a member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (ACIfA).
Lee graduated with an Archaeology BA degree from the University of Winchester in 2007 and started at Oxford Archaeology in the same year.
Lee has worked with the company ever since, working on a variety of projects and large infrastructure schemes such as HS2 and the Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme and is currently a Project Officer working out of the Oxford office, responsible for directing a range of fieldwork projects covering urban and rural developments
Louise has worked in commercial archaeology across the East of England since 2005, after gaining a BA in Ancient History and Archaeology, then an MA in Practical Archaeology at the University of Birmingham. She is also a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA). Louise has a particular interest in Bronze Age settlement and funerary practices.
In her current role, Louise manages fieldwork projects from the tendering stage through into post-excavation. She has extensive experience overseeing a wide variety of schemes, from residential developments to Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects. Louise has particular strengths in logistical organisation, stakeholder communication and project delivery.
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.