The Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd.

Archaeology in Wales

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Senior Illustrator PIfA

Paul Jones

Paul began working for the Trust as an illustrator in 1987 and is directly responsible for the Illustration Department and all illustrative output for the trust. Paul has worked on every monographic volume and has produced illustrative material for over 1500 developer funded projects.

Pauls main responsibility at the Trust is to produce illustration work, at a standard deemed suitable for any published material, whether produced in-house (archaeological client reports) or produced by companies specialising in archaeological articles from short articles in specialist periodicals to monograph editions. In additional to Paul's normal illustration workload, he is now responsible for the complete in-house design creation and implementation of our annual Discovery and Learning publication

Project Officer

Charlotte James-Martin BA, PG Cert ACIfA

Charlotte started working for the Trust in 2007 after graduating from Newport University. She began working as a Project Archaeologist on the multi-period but predominately Industrial Ffos-y-fran land reclamation scheme, Merthyr Tydfil. While working for the Trust Charlotte gained a post-graduate certificate in Archaeology and Heritage from the University of Leicester.

Charlotte has built up an extensive knowledge of Industrial archaeology working at the former Gadlys Ironworks in Aberdare, the Ynys Fach and Cyfarthfa Ironworks in Merthyr Tydfil and the extensive Industrial remains at Ffos-y-fran as well as directing excavations at Vulcan House, Merthyr Tydfil. During this time Charlotte has developed a keen interest in the archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe and is now the Trust's in-house clay pipe specialist. Charlotte routinely prepares written schemes of investigation and project designs and undertakes watching briefs and building surveys.

Online Content Manager/Outreach Officer

Paul W Huckfield BA (Hons)

His special interests include monumentality and material culture in British Prehistory as well as a fascination with military remains of the 20th century, for which he is a member of the Twentieth Century Military Structures Group.