My research reflects a long standing interest in the role of spatial technology in archaeology. Current research projects include topographic and geographic survey at Moel-y-Gaer, Bodfari (an Iron Age hillfort in North Wales), the development of Neolithic and Bronze Age barrow cemeteries on the Yorkshire Wolds, modelling movement and visibility in the Late Prehistoric landscapes of southern Britain, and the role of white coal production in the pre-industrial woodland industries of South Yorkshire. Common themes running through these research projects are the integration of theory and practice in archaeological computing and GIS-based approaches to the analysis and visualisation of datasets from field survey and remote sensing. I am currently writing a book on Spatial Thinking in Archaeology (with G. Lock) which develops these themes further, placing them within the broader tradition of archaeological enquiry. I am a member of the CAA (Computer Applications and Quantititative Methods in Archaeology) Steering Committee and will be co-chairing sessions on Network Analysis (with T. Brughmans) and Spatial Thinking (with G. Lock) at CAA2012 in Southampton.