Eric K. Komori
Eric is a principal of T. S. Dye & Colleagues. He specializes in
geographic information systems (GIS) databases and was responsible for
the design and implementation of the State's Historic Sites GIS.
Prior to that, he worked for many years at Bishop Museum, and
has kept alive his association with Dr. Yosihiko Sinoto's investigation of
Huahine Island in the Society Islands.
Elaine "Muffet" Jourdane
Muffet has worked as an archaeologist since high school. She
excavated the waterlogged Huahine site with Dr. Yosihiko Sinoto in the
1970s when she worked at Bishop Museum. Most recently, she was with
the State Historic Preservation Division, where she was Assistant
Oʻahu Island archaeologist for 11 years.
Kim began working for T. S. Dye & Colleagues in 2003. Before
that, she grew puakenikeni
and made them into lei
sale. Recently, Kim discovered traditional Hawaiian abraders made
from the spines of Echinothrix diadema
, a first in Hawaiian
Carl began working for T. S. Dye & Colleagues in 2009, after
he graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in
Anthropology cum laude. Carl specializes in geoarchaeology and
bioarchaeology and plans to make a career of archaeology in
Krickette began working for T. S. Dye & Colleagues in 2010,
after she graduated from University of Hawaii at Manoa with a
degree in English. She is a Research Assistant with duties that
include archival research, report writing, and editing.
Nathan began working for T. S. Dye & Colleagues in 2012 after
seven years with the Center for Archaeological Research at the
University of Texas, San Antonio. He graduated from UT San
Antonio in 2006 with a degree in Anthropology. He is interested
in archaeological field techniques and the display and public
interpretation of archaeological materials.