Tommy is a Senior Project Archaeologist with experience in the archaeology of Alberta and British Columbia. His strong ongoing interest in the prehistory of Alberta for eight years is demonstrated in his supervisory roles in excess of 50 archaeological investigations on the plains and boreal forest while in British Columbia he was involved in 10 archaeological projects. Tommy has diverse experiences and skills in archaeological surveys and mitigations, artifact analysis and curation, geophysical survey and historical structure documentation.

In Alberta, Tommy conducted large scale, mitigative archaeological projects that incorporated the excavation and analysis of cultural material and the management of large crews. Tommy's international archaeological experience includes work in Siberia, the U.S. Midwest and the U.S. Southeast. Tommy's past work experiences provide the skills to reconcile the needs of industry, regulators, researchers and consultants in Alberta, British Columbia and the U.S.

  • 2004 M.A. Archaeology and Heritage, University of Leicester
    Specialization: Stone Tools, Debitage and Fire-broken Rock Analysis;
    Plains and Eastern Woodlands Archaeology
  • 1999 B.Sc. Archaeology, University of Calgary
  • 1998 B.F.A. Printmaking, Alberta College of Art and Design
  • 1993 QL-5 Field Engineer, CDN School of Military Engineering, Chilliwack, B.C.