OJT Heritage is directed by Dr Oliver O'Grady, a landscape archaeologist, medievalist and researcher based in Scotland. He established OJT Heritage in 2011.
Previously he worked for the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland as an Historic Land-Use Assessment Officer; at Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust as a Community Archaeologist and Planning Officer and before this received a doctorate from the University of Glasgow in Archaeology. He holds an MPhil (Distinction) and Joint MA (First Class) in Medieval History and Archaeology.
He has been a part-time lecturer for the Centre for Open Studies at the University of Glasgow since 2008, and an invited lecturer for the University of the Highlands and Island. Oliver is a highly experienced field archaeologist, having been involved in archaeological excavation and fieldwork over the last twenty years.
He is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and a committee member of the Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee.