Graeme is a successful geologist with over 40 years continuous experience in mineral exploration, evaluation and mining development of precious and base metal deposits throughout Australia and international experience in Canada, Chile, Mexico, New Caledonia, New Zealand and the United States of America. He has extensive experience in a wide variety of deposit models and ore types, including most types of gold deposits plus copper, base metal, tin and antimony deposits within a diverse range of geological terranes ranging in age from Archaean to Tertiary.
Graeme has played a key role and has led teams in the development of many projects ranging from the generation, discovery, delineation and expansion of a number of mineral deposits throughout Australia and in Mexico. Amongst these deposits are the Fortnum gold mine in Western Australia where he was the generative geologist and the Cerro del Gallo gold-silver deposit in Mexico where he was project manager. This project was awarded “Mining Project of the Year” by the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) in May 2007.
Graeme was awarded the Joe Fisher Medal for Excellence in Mining in 1996 by the Darwin Branch of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy for his work on establishing the controls on gold mineralisation at the Rustler’s Roost gold mine in the Northern Territory.
Graeme has worked for Anchor Resources Limited since 2009 and was appointed Exploration Manager on 22 March 2011.