Richard Clutterbuck is a Project Archaeologist with Archaeological Management Solutions. His MLitt thesis (1996) looked at medieval settlement and architecture in Tipperary, and for his PhD (2015) he examined the landscape archaeology of Improvement in later historic Ireland.

Niall Colfer is an archaeologist with Dublin City Council, having previously worked as an archaeological consultant. He completed his doctoral research on post-medieval milling with the University College Dublin in 2016.

Ian Doyle is an archaeologist and Head of Conservation at the Heritage Council of Ireland.

Christopher Hayes is the Park Manager of the Irish National Heritage Park. He is a native of Co. Wexford, with a long-standing interest in both the counties cultural and natural heritage.

Dr Stephen Mandal

Stephen Mandal is a director of the Irish Archaeology Field School and a founding partner of the Digging the Lost Town of Carrig Project.

Catherine McLoughlin is a partner in Stafford and McLoughlin Archaeology, a heritage consultancy based in Wexford. She specialises in the archaeology of medieval churches and Co. Wexford in general.

Michael Potterton is a lecturer in the Department of History at Maynooth University. He has published widely on the archaeology and history of medieval Ireland.

Denis Shine is a director of the Irish Archaeology Field School and a founding partner of the Digging the Lost Town of Carrig Project.