Kevin is a professional archaeologist and researcher who has directed and published archaeological projects throughout the United Kingdom and Europe and has widely travelled to sites across the world.
His specialist subjects include the application of archaeological field techniques (survey, excavation and landscape studies), medieval town development, and island archaeology.
His project portfolio includes major archaeological excavations in many of the UK’s urban centres including London, Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol as well as the archaeology of the Western Isles of Scotland
Colls K. and Hunter J. forthcoming summer 2011 'A Changing Hebridean Landscape: Recent Survey And Excavation Along The West Coast of Harris' International Journal of the North Atlantic, Special Volume
Colls, K. and Mitchell, W. forthcoming 2011 ‘A cycle of Recession and Recovery AD 1200-1900: Archaeological Investigations at Much Park Street, Coventry’. Internet Archaeology
Colls, K. and Hunter J. 2010 ‘Defining the archaeological resource on the Isle of Harris: an assessment of the impact of environmental factors and topography on the identification of buried remains’. In The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures Volume 4, number 2.
Colls, K. and Halsted, J. 2010 ‘New evidence for monument reuse in Bronze Age Wales: Archaeological excavation at Llanymynech, Powys, 2007’ Archaeologia Cambrensis 15869-96
Colls, K. 2011 ‘The Avon Floodplain at Bristol: Excavations at Templar House, Temple Way, in Bristol 2004 and 2005’. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester Archaeological Society vol 128 pp 75-122
Colls, K. and Mitchell, W 2010 ‘Digging for Shakespeare, excavations at New Place, Stratford Upon Avon’. British Archaeology July/August 2010
Colls, K. and Hunter J. 2009 ‘Fishy tales from a Scottish isle’ The Archaeologist,
Colls, K. & Adams, J. 2007 ‘Out of darkness, cometh light. Excavations in the overflow burial ground of St. Peter’s Church, Wolverhampton. British Archaeology Report series 442. Archaeopress