BA (Hons), Assistant Supervisor
James has worked for Archaeology Wales for 2 years, joining the company as a trainee site assistant, and is currently an Assistant Supervisor, covering the North Wales and Manchester regions.
James graduated from the University of Manchester in 2014 with a degree in Ancient History and Archaeology and undertook his field archaeology training on a mid-late Bronze Age settlement in south west Cyprus. James has worked on various projects for Archaeology Wales, ranging from major excavations like Hartridge Farm in Newport and EAOne excavation project in Suffolk, to smaller excavations at Dukes Walk, Flint and Menai College, Llangefni, Anglesey. In addition to this James has also supervised various evaluations and watching briefs and undertaken post-excavation analysis and report writing.
James’ academic interests range from Romano-British to industrial period archaeology.