BA. Archaeology (The University of Reading), MSc. Archaeological Prospection (University of Bradford). Currently a PhD student at the University of Bradford. I have been deeply interested in archaeological geophysics since my first degree at Reading University, where surveys in Scotland and France had me hooked. I went on to help direct the large-scale fluxgate gradiometer survey on the interior of Silchester Roman Town as part of my Undergraduate degree. Later, I worked for The British School at Rome, conducting geophysical surveys in Italy, Spain and Libya before taking a position at Wessex Archaeology as a commercial Terrestrial Geophysicist. In the summer of 2008 I became the Project Officer of The Silchester Mapping Project. Over the last year I have gained a Masters Degree in Archaeological Prospection at Bradford University and am currently studying for a PhD on the effects of moisture variation and seasonality on the detection properties of resistivity and hyper-spectral measurements over known archaeological features (as part of the DART project).