Joe is a Senior Project Archaeologist with experience in local and international archaeology. He has conducted archaeological investigation in Manitoba and Alberta. His strong ongoing interest in the prehistory of Alberta for the past decade is demonstrated in his supervisory role of over 60 archaeological investigations on the plains and boreal forest. Joe has conducted large scale, mitigative archaeological projects that incorporated the excavation and analysis of cultural material and the management of large crews.

His international experience includes work in St. Vincent and the Grenadines where he directed excavations and surveys and created a GIS site recording system as part of the heritage resource management system. In Romania Joe has been co-director on an on-going archaeological project and participated in numerous excavations and surveys, both industry related and academic. In the capacity of directorial duties related to archaeological investigations Joe has given newspaper, radio and television interviews. Overall, his past work experiences provide the skills to reconcile the needs of industry, regulators, researchers and consultants.

Education
  • In Progress Ph.D. Archaeology, University of Calgary
  • 1999 M.A. Anthropology, University of Manitoba
    Specialization: Art History, Ceramic Analysis; Caribbean Archaeology
  • 1990 B.Sc. Mathematics, University of Lethbridge