Andrew says ”I’ve been described as a “punk archaeologist without borders,” meaning I am active in the archaeology of the Old and New World, of the ancient and modern, and dug the Atari Burial Ground. I strongly support citizen science, public archaeology, Open Access, and am an archaeological activist. I led the archaeological team that dug the Atari Burial Ground for the documentary film Atari: Game Over. I have excavated in Greece, Italy, Illinois, and Kansas. I am a generalist, but with special knowledge of pottery, coins, photography, and computers. I also host the Drunk Archaeology podcast. I’ve also recorded and produced a Punk Archaeology album of punk, rock, and metal songs about archaeology and cultural heritage”