BA (Hons) PGCE MSc DPhil (Oxon) FRAI (Cert FA-I)
Nicholas is a Lead Consultant in Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology for Alecto Forensics. He is also a Lecturer in Forensic Anthropology at Cranfield University and has previously worked as a Specialist Forensic Practitioner in Anthropology and Archaeology for a number of forensic science providers in the UK.
Having worked as a specialist in human skeletal remains from archaeological sites since 2004, he has considerable experience in the excavation and study of cremated and unburnt bone from prehistoric sites to the present day and from a variety of geographical areas.
In recent years, he has worked full time as a forensic anthropologist and archaeologist in major crime investigations for a large number of police forces in the UK, dealing primarily with the search, location, recovery and identification of human remains. Nicholas has acted as an expert witness in the UK criminal justice system on numerous occasions. He has a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and regularly delivers lectures and presentations to students, forensic scientists, and police officers. He is a Member of the British Association of Forensic Anthropology (BAFA) and a Level One Certified Forensic Anthropologist. He has an extensive publication record on a variety aspects of forensic anthropology and archaeology.