Meet our archaeological information and advice team
Adam has worked in archaeological practice since 2000, initially as a field archaeologist before moving to a curatorial role in 2005. He is a landscape specialist providing rural land management and planning advice. He has developed and delivered projects in landscape characterisation, urban assessment and public participation.
Andie is a GIS specialist with a background in archaeology and landscape studies. He manages the Worcestershire Historic Environment Record (HER), maintaining data quality and standards, undertaking projects to enhance the record and providing GIS and database support to the wider team.
Initially a field archaeologist, Emily now has over 15 years' experience working as a landscape archaeologist/heritage advisor. She leads case and project work supporting better understanding and management of the historic environment. Specific interests include the character and development of Worcestershire's traditional farmsteads and the links between landscape, the historic environment and habitat.
Emma leads a team providing advice and information on the historic environment and archaeology of Worcestershire, with specialists in developing strategic projects, data standards, archaeological planning, green infrastructure, neighbourhood planning and more.
Tegan started her archaeological career as a field archaeologist in 2006, working on commercial and community excavations in urban and rural locations from Orkney to the West Midlands. In 2011 she moved into the Historic Environment Record as a Historic Environment Records Assistant, where she maintains and updates the Worcestershire Historic Environment Record (HER), producing HER searches and working on projects to enhance and develop the information we hold on Worcestershire's heritage.