Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Tom Addyman

Tom studied in Cambridge before training at the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies at the University of York. He established and ran Addyman & Kay, subsequently Addyman Associates and later Addyman Archaeology. This is now one of the leading archaeological companies in the north of Britain concerned with historic building, recording and analysis.

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Liz Jones

Liz studied Archaeology at Sheffield University and has an MA in Museum Studies from Newcastle University, where she specialised in Heritage Education and Interpretation. Liz has over 20 years’ experience in archaeology and has been based in Scotland since 2001. She joined Addyman Archaeology in 2015 and works as Team Coordinator as well as undertaking desk-based assessments, community archaeology projects and managing publications.

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Phil Karsgaard

Philip studied Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Edinburgh, and has extensive experience of archaeological excavation and survey in both developer-led and research projects in the UK and internationally. He joined Addyman Archaeology in 2016 as a Project Archaeologist, directing excavations in the field and conducting historic building recording programmes.

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Kenny MacFadyen

Kenny trained in Botany at the University of Glasgow before going on to join Addyman Associates in 1999, a practice with extensive expertise in archaeology, building and landscape survey. He is the in-house specialist for archaeological recording and digitisation.

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Jenni Morrison

Having studied at both Glasgow and Oxford universities, Jenni has extensive experience of archaeological projects across the UK, from major excavations to historic building recording and publications.

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Antoine Ruchonnet

Antoine graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2015 with an MSc in forensic anthropology, having also taken a non-examined honours course in zooarchaeology, giving him specialist skills in both animal and human bone analysis. He joined Addyman Archaeology in January 2017, working on medieval and post-medieval urban sites across Scotland and northern England.

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