I have been involved in archaeological fieldwork for the last 10 years. During my studies at the Jagiellonian University I was involved in a series of projects investigating Roman Iron Age period settlement pattern in Lesser Poland. The projects ranged from a 3rd century cremation burial ground in Jadowniki Mokre with a considerable number of Roman imports deposited in the graves to a small settlement in Charbinowice, among other sites. I had the pleasure of taking the role of Finds Officer on some of these projects. I also participated in excavations run in association with the University of St. Petersburg in a Greek colony in Crimea, and the excavation of a Roman military fort at Iža, situated along the Danube in Slovakia. Since moving to the UK I have participated in the excavations at Vindolanda and on occasions taught fieldwork in several training excavations led by the University of Leicester including Wallingford, Oxfordshire and Cesenatico, Italy. On this website you will find short information about the projects I have held positions of responsibility in since moving to the UK.