Emily holds a Masters and PhD in archaeology from Columbia University, is listed on the Society for America Archaeology’s Register of Professional Archaeologists, and meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Archaeology. She specializes in prehistoric and historic archaeology of the Southwest and Desert West and has worked in New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Nevada, and California. Emily serves as the firm’s archaeology project manager and principal investigator.
Jeff has more than 35 years of experience in the field of historic preservation, cultural resource management, and project management, and he meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation. He spent 20 years working for the National Park Service, managing hands-on preservation and stabilization projects and writing preservation and management plans for cultural resources. Jeff is an FAA certified airman licensed for commercial UAS flights in the continental US and oversees the firm’s photogrammetry projects. He also serves as the firm’s historic preservation specialist, project manager, and GIS specialist.