Adam Pietrzak is a heritage consultant and archaeologist with over seven years’ experience in Australia and the United Kingdom. He holds a Master of Research in Archaeology and a Bachelor of Arts in Archaeology, from the University of Birmingham.
Adam has experience in both historical and Aboriginal archaeological excavation. He has worked on sites across New South Wales, Tasmania, and Western Australia, including World Heritage listed places. He also has experience in archaeological excavations internationally, in Czechia, Cyprus and the United Kingdom, including on large urban excavations in central London.
He is also skilled in preparing archaeological assessments and research designs, undertaking historical research, project management, and GIS and heritage mapping.
Archaeology allows us to discover stories from the past which can establish connections through time and contribute to a sense of place. It provides unique insights into our shared human story.
Master of Research (Archaeology), University of Birmingham
Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology), University of Birmingham