John Creighton lectures at the University of Reading, he is also the Director of the Soceity of Antiquaries of London.
His research centres upon Later Iron Age and Early Roman NW Europe. His books include: 'Britannia: the creation of a Roman Province' (2005); 'Coins & Power in Late Iron Age Britain' (2000), Celti: the archaeology of a Hispano-Roman Town in Baetica (with Simon Keay and Jose Remesal, 2001), and he has co-edited the volume Roman Germany: Studies in Cultural Interaction (1999).
His fieldwork has included work in Britain, France, Germany and Spain. Presently he is completing a project, with Colin Haselgrove and Tom Moore, examining the landscape in the vicinity of the Iron Age oppidum of Mont Beuvray (Bibract) and the Roman town of Autun in Burgundy and a large fieldsurvey and digitisation project of the Roman town and hinterland of Silchester (Hampshire).