Bradley L. Garrett - ICAU Director


Bradley L. Garrett holds a B.A. in history as well as a B.S. in anthropology, both from the University of California, Riverside. He also completed a Masters of Arts in Maritime Archaeology at James Cook University in Maritime Archaeology, where his thesis research focused on the archaeological and social impacts of large scale dam construction in the Western United States. Currently, Bradley is running a freelance research and cultural heritage consultation company called Heritage Pacific and conducting work for the United States Federal Government.

Mr. Garrett has substantial fieldwork experience in California, Australia, and Mexico, and Hawai'i. He also holds the following dive certifications: Basic Open Water (SDI International Certification), Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver, Master Scuba Diver, Scientific Diver, Wreck Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Underwater Naturalist, Night Diver and Equipment specialist.  

Brads other interest include public representation
of archaeology, particularly in popular media. To view his most recent work on the subject, please click here [+] He has spent much time theorizing about issues of place, attachment to landscape and meaning in immateriality.

[+] Curriculum Vitae 



ICAU is always searching for ambitious underwater scholars who are looking for a venue to share their work. If you are interested in contributing a piece for publication on our website or in volunteering on a project, please contact Brad Garrett.














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