Selected images from research expeditions and field-work
Settlement mound excavation at Pekinga, north west Benin. Crossroads of Empires Project.
Ditch-fill sediments from the
early African site of Zilum,
Lake Chad Basin, Nigeria.
Eighteenth Century earth-built schoolhouse at Cottown, Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
Major complex of earth-built monuments built around 500 AD, Miraflores distrcit, Lima, Peru.
Frequent flooding of this important earth building threatens its long-term future.
Trial earth-built walls allow an understanding of microscopic changes in this building material.
Sediment from around a buried fetish object, ancient Komaland, Northern Ghana.
Soils and sediments associated with early Paleo-Indian settlements at Hodder field site.
Excavations in a modern boreal forest setting have required development of new techniques.
National Geographic Society expedition to Gobero. Exacvations of mid-Holocene funerary complex.
Examination of site formation processes at the extenisve Birnin Lafiya site beside the river Niger.
Vehicle fleet and equipment for scientists, excavators and film crews at Gobero, Niger
Adobe earth blocks produced for building domestic dwellings at Pekinga, north west Benin.
The successfully repaired nineteenth century mudwall building at Logie, Angus, Scotland.
Multiple pot-sherd domestic floor layers revealed during excavations in 2012 and 2013.
"Exposure" produced in
a collaboration with Michael Young
from Goldsmiths, London.