Meet our management team
With 30 years’ experience in archive and records management, Adrian leads the archive team who provide access to and expertise on collections, and ensure the long-term preservation of the archive collections. They are specialists in collections management practice, archive digitisation, conservation, archival research and guidance, customer engagement and accessibility.
Author of many archaeological publications and editor of Later Prehistoric Research Assessment for the West Midlands. Derek has worked extensively in community archaeology and is a specialist in ceramic research. He has a professional interest in developing standards in partnership with museums to ensure archaeological data and objects are more fully integrated across the collections.
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.
Paul leads a team developing history-based events and activities for the service, developers, local communities and schools, with specialists in promotion and communications, special events, working with cultural and community partners and developers.
Robin has worked in archaeology for over 30 years, delivering projects for both commercial and public sector clients. He has particular experience of working on behalf of the mineral extraction industry and on large-scale infrastructure projects. His research interests lie in prehistoric archaeology and river valley landscapes.
With over 25 years archaeological experience in England and the Republic of Ireland, Tom oversees a wide range of archaeological projects. He leads the buildings team and has a particular interest in survey and digital data capture in the field.
Tom has been working in archaeology since the early 1990s. He manages a variety of archaeological projects, from first contact with the client through to final publication. He is responsible for staff training, health and safety, and is particularly interested in burial archaeology.
Victoria has over 30 years' experience as an archaeologist. For the last 7 years she has managed the Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service in the journey from a primarily local government-funded organisation to one with a greatly increased commercial focus.