Publications

I am an experienced writer and editor, with a particular specialism in heritage-based publications. To date I have written two books, numerous articles and conference papers, a large number of archaeological reports and several book reviews. I was the editor of a peer-reviewed journal for six years and have worked extensively as a commercial editor and proofreader. A full list and digital copies of my publications can be found below.

Books

2011. (with M. Trett) The Book of Happisburgh Wellington: Halsgrove.

2010. The Archaeology of the East Anglian Conversion Woodbridge: Boydell Press.

2010. Beyond Bede: The History and Archaeology of the East Anglian Missions Norwich: Fursey Pilgrims Occasional Paper Number 4.

Chapters in Books

Forthcoming in 2017. ‘An Embarrassment of Riches: The Anglo-Saxon Archaeology of West Norfolk’ in Bond, C.J. (ed.) A Celebration of Archaeology in West Norfolk. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2014. ‘A Medieval Parish Church: St Mary the Virgin, Sedgeford’ in The SHARP Team (eds) Digging Sedgeford: A People’s ArchaeologyPoppyland Publishing. pp. 167–86.

2013. ‘St Benet’s Abbey’ in English Cathedrals and Monasteries through the Centuries (DVD-ROM). University of York, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture.

2013. ‘The Happisburgh Handaxe’ in Collins, I. (ed.) Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia Norwich: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. p. 50.

2010. ‘The Early Christian Landscape of East Anglia’ in N.J. Higham and M.J. Ryan (eds) The Landscape Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. pp. 193–210.

2007. ‘Charting Conversion: Burial as a Barometer of Belief’ in S. Semple and H.M. Williams (eds) Early Medieval Mortuary Practices Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 14. Oxford: Oxbow. pp. 28–37.

2004. (with S. Cabot and G. Davies) ‘Sedgeford: Excavations of a Rural Settlement in Norfolk’ in J. Hines, A. Lane and M. Redknap (eds) Land, Sea and Home: Settlement in the Viking Period Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 20. pp. 313–23.

Journal Articles

2017. ‘Bede, Botolph and Changing Beliefs: The Early Church on the East Anglian Coast’, Orford and District Local History Bulletin 28 (Spring 2017), pp. 16–27.

2015. ‘From hollow to house: 50 years of discovery at West Stow’, British Archaeology 144 (September/October 2015), pp. 44–49.

2015. ‘The Mystery of the Seven Anglo-Saxon Monasteria‘, Norfolk Archaeology 47(i), pp. 55–60.

2012. (with D. Gurney and J. Bown) ‘Excavations and Surveys in Norfolk in 2010’Norfolk Archaeology 46(ii), pp. 262–76.

2012. ‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’Norfolk Archaeology 46(ii), pp. 218–25.

2011. (with D. Gurney) ‘Excavations and Surveys in Norfolk in 2009’Norfolk Archaeology 46(i), pp. 135–47.

2010. (with D. Gurney) ‘Excavations and Surveys in Norfolk in 2008’Norfolk Archaeology 45(iv), pp. 570–8.

2009. (with D. Gurney) ‘Excavations and Surveys in Norfolk in 2007’Norfolk Archaeology 45(iii), pp. 441–52.

2004. ‘A Portrait of the Artist: Turner in Plymouth’Proceedings of the Plymouth Athenaeum Society IX, pp. 81–6.

2003. (with S. Cabot and G. Davies) ‘Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project 2001: Sixth Interim Report’Norfolk Archaeology 44(i), pp. 131–3.

2002. ‘Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project 2000: Fifth Interim Report’Norfolk Archaeology 43(iv), pp. 681–3.

Edited Works

2013. (with J. Gregory and S. Spooner) Norfolk Archaeology Volume 46, Part III. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society

2012. Norfolk Archaeology Volume 46, Part II. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

2011. Norfolk Archaeology Volume 46, Part I. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

2010. Norfolk Archaeology Volume 45, Part IV. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

2009. Norfolk Archaeology Volume 45, Part III. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

2008. Norfolk Archaeology Volume 45, Part II. Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

2002. (with G. Davies) Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project: Interim Report 2001 Sedgeford: SHARP.

2001. Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project: Interim Report 2000 Sedgeford: SHARP.

Journalism/Newsletters

2016. ‘The Past from Above’, Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB Newspaper Autumn/Winter 2016/17.

2016. ‘The Past from Above’, Dedham Vale & Stour Valley Newspaper Autumn/Winter 2016/17.

2016. ‘Revealing the Buried Past’, Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB Newspaper Spring/Summer 2016, p. 19.

2016. ‘Out and About in the AONBs: St Botolph’s Church, Iken’, Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB Newspaper Spring/Summer 2016, p. 10.

2016. ‘Out and About in the AONBs: St Botolph’s Church, Iken’, Dedham Vale & Stour Valley Newspaper Spring/Summer 2016, p. 10.

Book Reviews

Forthcoming. ‘The Material Culture of the Built Environment in the Anglo-Saxon World’ by Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Landscape History.

2017. ‘Before Sutton Hoo: The Prehistoric Remains and Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tranmer House, Bromeswell, Suffolk’ by Christopher Fern, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History 43(4), 643–5.

2016. ‘Staunch Meadow, Brandon, Suffolk: A high status Middle Saxon settlement on the fen edge’ by Andrew Tester, Sue Anderson, Ian Riddler and Robert Carr, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History 43(3), 479–8.

2015. ‘Landscapes and Artefacts: Studies in East Anglian Archaeology Presented to Andrew Rogerson’ edited by Steven Ashley and Adrian Marsden, Landscape History 36(2), 100–01.

2014. ‘Time and Topography: Environment, Society and Landscape in Early Medieval England’ by Tom WilliamsonNorfolk Archaeology 46(iv), 540–1.

2013. ‘Art, Faith and Place in East Anglia’ by T.A. Heslop, Elizabeth Mellings and Margit ThøfnerLandscape History 34(2), 103–04.

2012. ‘The Birth of a Borough’ by Martin CarverHistory 97 (Issue 327), pp. 481–2.

2010. ‘Early and Middle Saxon Rural Settlement in the London Region’ by Robert Cowie and Lyn BlackmoreMedieval Archaeology 54, pp. 485–6.

2010. ‘Beyond the Medieval Village’ by Stephen RipponNorfolk Archaeology 45(iv), pp. 545–6.

2007. Review Article: Landscape ArchaeologyCurrent Archaeology 213, pp. 26–7.

2006. ‘Suffolk in Anglo Saxon Times’ by Steven PlunkettCurrent Archaeology 206, p. 32.

Theses and Dissertations

2007. Changing Beliefs: The Archaeology of the East Anglian Conversion PhD thesis, University of East Anglia.

2001. The Origin and Early Development of Sedgeford, Norfolk MA dissertation, University of Bristol.

2000. Principles and Practice: The Application of the Harris Matrix to Standing Building Recording BA dissertation, University of Bristol.

1996. The View From My Window According to J.M.W. Turner A’ Level Art dissertation, Coombe Dean School.

Archaeological Grey Literature

2016. (with A. Booth) Developing an historic environment social media presence for Suffolk: Addendum, July 2016. Unpublished Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service report for English Heritage (Project Ref: 6769).

2015. Historic Environment Assessment of Four Breckland Roadside Nature Reserves. Unpublished Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service report for the Breaking New Ground project.

2015. Historic Environment Assessment of Brandon Park Heath, Brandon. Unpublished Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service report for the Breaking New Ground project.

2013. (with K. Davies, J. Plouviez and L. Richardson) Developing a historic environment social media presence for Suffolk. Unpublished Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service report for English Heritage (Project Ref: 6769).

2011. Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project: Evaluation Report Historic Environment Service, Norfolk County Council.

2010. (with G. Trimble) An Archaeological Evaluation on land at North View Drive, Whissonsett, Norfolk (Amended) NAU Archaeology Report 1185.

2009. An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of the former Anchor Hotel, Thetford, Norfolk NAU Archaeology Report 2194.

2009. (with G. Emery) Thetford Historic Environment Survey NAU Archaeology Report 1911b.

2008. (with S. Bates and J-L. Schwenninger) An Archaeological Excavation at Devil’s Ditch, Riddlesworth and Garboldisham NAU Archaeology Report 1436.

2008. Thetford Historic Environment Survey: Draft Mapping and Supporting Material NAU Archaeology Report 1911a.

2008. (with S. Morgan) Norwich Northern Distributor Route: Fieldwalking and Metal-detecting Survey NAU Archaeology Report 1369.

2006. (with T. Williamson) Forgotten Heritage: The Landscape History of the Norwich Suburbs Unpublished report for Norwich HEART, School of History, UEA.

2002. West Hall Farm Unit 2: Archaeological Evaluation by Trial Trenching. Conducted December 2001 Unpublished Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project report.

2001. (with N. Payne) The Site of Sedgeford Hall’s Bowling Green: An Archaeological EvaluationConducted July 2000 Unpublished Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project report.

2000. The Archaeological Study Of West Hall Farmyard, Sedgeford, Norfolk. 1999–2000 Unpublished Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project report.

1999. (with N. Payne) Test Pits in the allotments of the Bishop’s Palace, Wells. May–June 1999 Unpublished report, Department of Archaeology, University of Bristol.

Graphics and Layout

Cattermole, P. 2011. Norwich School Chapel and School House. Norwich: Norwich School. (Layout)

Page, M. and Yardy, A. 2011. A–Z of Norfolk Mills. Wellington: Halsgrove. (Location map)

Ashley, S., Penn, K. and Rogerson, A. 2009. ‘Rhineland Lava in Norfolk Churches’, Church Archaeology 13, 27–33. (Distribution map)

Williamson, T. 2006. The Archaeology of Rabbit Warrens. Princes Risborough: Shire. (Distribution map)