Paul is a Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager and GIS Specialist at Dr Vincent Clark & Associates, a company with significant expertise in the identification, documentation and management of Australian Indigenous cultural heritage and historical heritage. He has over fifteen years of extensive field experience working on various archaeological projects in Australia, Egypt, and Italy, and has worked full-time in heritage consulting in Victoria since 2011.
Paul is actively engaged in all major projects undertaken by Dr Vincent Clark & Associates and is involved the preparation of cultural heritage management plans (CHMPs), cultural landscape conservation management plans (CMPs), historical projects, and heritage assessments. Paul’s wide-ranging responsibilities include project planning and management, Traditional Owner consultation, client and other stakeholder consultation, research, report writing, devising management strategies for heritage places and sites, GIS and mapping, field survey and excavation, photogrammetry, and spatial data management. One of his specialties is DGNSS/DGPS data collection and working with remote sensing data sets. Additionally, he has developed excellent working relationships with numerous clients, Traditional Owner groups, and government regulators in relation to archaeological investigations and the development of management strategies for cultural heritage.
Throughout his career, Paul has been involved in field survey and site identification and recording on a regular basis; on many occasions working in remote and challenging environments. He has also been instrumental in the integration of new technologies into archaeological fieldwork and site recording, such as photogrammetry and 3D modelling. His specialisation in GIS, mapping, and spatial analysis is well recognised, and has led to a number of contributions to peer reviewed research publications. Paul was recently invited to participate in a collaborative research project initiated by Aboriginal Victoria (AV) on the Cranbourne Sands in Victoria.