Mark is the director of MSDS Marine and has been running the company since 2011. Mark specialises in the management of diving projects and geophysical and hydrographic data collection, processing and interpretation.
Alison is a Project Manager for MSDS Marine with extensive experience in the management of historic shipwreck sites, volunteer involvement, community engagement and education initiatives.
Sally has worked with and for MSDS Marine for a number of years and project manages most of our desk based and research projects. Sally specialises in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) works and GIS projects.
Tom joined MSDS Marine in 2017 as a field maritime archaeologist, diver and diving instructor. Tom specialises in underwater survey, project based GIS and finds recording and handling.
Heather is the Conservator at MSDS Marine and is an Archaeology graduate from Glasgow University and has a Masters in Museum and Archaeological Conservation from Durham University. Heather is a diver and has extensive experience working on maritime archaeology assemblages.
Jenny has extensive experience in maritime archaeology and brings specialist experience in diver tracking and heritage crime to MSDS Marine.
Phoebe is a recent graduate in archaeology and has now joined MSDS Marine specialising in development control work.
Alex joined MSDS Marine in February 2020, having previously worked for the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) as a Finds Liaison Officer. Specialising primarily in artefact analysis, numismatics and public outreach, Alex works mainly on the Rooswijk project.
Charlotte provides vital administrative support to MSDS Marine. She comes from a background in boat building, logistical planning and technical support for ocean rowers.