Anthony Butler is a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant. He started working in archaeology in 1998 in Ireland, and completed a B.A. at the University of Toronto in 2004. Mr. Butler completed a MSc degree in Professional Archaeology at Oxford University in 2007. He has carried out archaeological work at numerous sites in Ireland, Canada, Jamaica and England. Mr. Butler has also completed historic building surveys in Drogheda, Ireland and Oxford, England, where he was trained in Architecture and Historic Building Survey. Currently, he is also the director of archaeological operations for the Irish Settlement in Jamaica Project, and the Haliburton County Archaeological Survey.
Shane McCartney is a licensed field archaeologist. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from McMaster University in 2007, and from there immediately entered the consultant archaeological industry. Shane is currently continuing his studies at the University of Western Ontario in the Applied Archaeology Masters Program. He has extensive experience in managing field operations for some of the largest archaeological projects in the province, and has managed projects and directed fieldwork in the residential, aggregate, municipal and renewable energy sectors across Ontario.