Kayt Armstrong is currently a Director of Magnitude Surveys Ltd, based in Bradford in the UK. She completed her BA at Southampton and went on to take an MSc there in Archaeological Computing, before doing her PhD in archaeological geophysics at Bournemouth University. Since then she has worked on landscape archaeological projects in Italy and on Crete, specialising in ‘difficult’ geophysical surveys in challenging environments, before returning to the UK and taking up her current post. She has published research on the women’s peace camps at Greenham Common and is particularly interested in contested landscapes and integrating different scales and types of information using GIS. She was also a founding instigator of the COST Action SAGA and continues to research the intersections between geochemistry, geoarchaeology and geophysics. An ISAP member since 2007, she's excited to be co-editing ISAP news, and hopes to promote greater diversity in the ISAP community during her time on the management committee.