I am a Cambridge-based architect and heritage consultant with 40 years of experience in conservation, residential, planning and feasibility work. I am passionate about delivering exceptional results to my clients. For 26 years a partner and director at leading Cambridge practice Freeland Rees Roberts, I am a chartered architect and fully accredited for work on listed and historic buildings with both the AABC (Architects Accredited in Building Conservation) and the RIBA (Specialist Conservation Architect).
Since graduating from Cambridge University in 1979 I have worked in many different sectors and have enjoyed passing on my knowledge through research and working with students in supervisions and examinations.
Outside of work I enjoy music and theatre and have performed in numerous productions in the Cambridge area. I also have a fascination for local history and I have appeared on BBC radio and TV to discuss my interests and my architectural projects.