New Faces at Context

We are pleased to have welcomed several new faces to our expanding team in recent months.

Jon Griffiths

Jon joins Context as a Graduate Heritage Consultant. With an academic background in history and the classics, he is currently completing a Master of Cultural Heritage at Deakin University. Jon is excited to be developing his knowledge of cultural heritage management and planning. Read Jon’s CV here.

Lexi Ressom

Lexi is the Administration Officer at Context, responsible for the day to day running of the office. An adept administrator, Lexi also provides strong operational and project assistance across the Melbourne office as well as reception duties and accounts support.

Mark Huntersmith

Mark joins Context as a Heritage Consultant. With over 20 years’ experience as an architect and project manager at Ian James Smith Architects, Mark has a particular interest in and aptitude for facilitating good design outcomes within sensitive heritage overlays. He recently completed a Master of Cultural Heritage at Deakin University. Read Mark’s CV here.

Kim Roberts

Kim joins Context as an Associate. She is a registered architect who has specialised in heritage architecture, heritage planning and heritage asset management for over 15 years. Kim brings skills in the provision of strategic and statutory heritage advice, including Heritage Asset Management Plans, Conservation Management Plans and Heritage Impact Statements. She is currently completing her PhD on visitor responses and interpretation of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park designed by Kenzo Tange at Deakin University. Read Kim’s CV here.

Together with Julian Siu, Consulting Manager, who recently took the helm at Context following 8 years of service at GML Heritage, the new staff offer a welcome boost to our services in heritage architecture, heritage asset management and heritage advice. With these great additions to our re-energised team we look forward to a busy and exciting 2019!