Evan Kay worked on his first paid archaeology project in the summer of 2006. He has continued to get an education and training in the field of cultural resource management. He started at OCA full time in 2013 as a field tech, eventually becoming a crew chief and lab coordinator. His field work has included excavation and survey in almost all areas of New Mexico. He is now a state certified Supervisory Archaeologist and is a Field Director at OCA. As the Lab Manager at OCA, Mr. Kay manages the project databases, organizes and curates the artifacts and data from field projects while supervising students and volunteers in the lab. He also analyzes and reports on flaked and ground stone artifacts, ornamental and paraphernalia artifacts, and works with Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat. Mr. Kay graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2013 with a BA in Anthropology, concentrating in Archaeology, with a minor in Linguistics. He has continued to attend UNM as a part-time graduate student, adding skills in GIS and data management. Projects of note include: the curation of the Middle America Pipeline III project; the curation of various projects conducted on White Sands Missile Range, and; landscape and artifact photography on the Canon Largo survey for the Wilderness Land Trust.