Meet the team
ASL Principal Archaeologist and Proprietor
Lisa Jayne Fisher Cert.Ed, BA hons, MA, ACIFA
Lisa started working as a commercial archaeologist in 2012 but has been actively involved in archaeology since 1999. She completed an MA in field archaeology at Sussex University in 2009, specialising in Bronze Age Pottery in Sussex for which she recieved a Distinction.
Jon Baczkowski, BA, MA
Jon works part-time for ASL as senior field officer and is studying for his PhD at the University of Southampton specialising in 'The Early Neolithic flint mines of southern England and their wider environs. He also specialises in prehistoric lithic identification and flint resources and extraction sites.
Historic Building Officer
Jeremy Clarke BA(Hons), MA
Jeremy works part-time for ASL as a Historic Building Officer. He graduated from Surrey University in 1991 with a 1st class Hons. Degree and Masters Degree in chemical engineering. From 1997 to the present day, has since been the Principal historical researcher for the Felbridge and District History Group and has been the President of the Wealden Building Study Group since 2017.
David Lea MA
Bruce Milton BA
Historic Building advisors - David and Barbara Martin IHBC, FSA
Archaeobotanist - Lisa Gray BA hons, Msc MA, ACIFA www.lisagray.co.uk
Pottery and post medieval artefact specialist - Luke Barber BA, research officer from the Sussex Archaeological Society
Roman pottery specialist - Dr Malcolm Lyne
Bone Specialists - Carol White MA
Illustrator - Lysbeth Drewett BA Bsc
Palaeolithic flint Specialist - Dr Matt Pope (University College London)
Neolithic - Bronze Age flint specialist - Bertie Haken BA hons, MA
Advice on iron industry and slag identification - Jeremy Hodgkinson MA, FSA from the Wealden Iron Research Group