Julian is a built heritage expert, delivering great client service and pragmatic solutions for heritage places that facilitate adaptive re-use and engagement.
Julian’s work includes conservation advice, heritage impact assessment and heritage management reports for the public and private sectors, and strategic frameworks for heritage places in the context of change for major infrastructure, residential, transport, educational and healthcare projects, as well as for former industrial sites.
Julian sits on Chinese Garden of Friendship Advisory Committee for Place Management NSW, and is on Australia ICOMOS’ National Executive Committee where he energetically contributes to enhancing public engagement in our culturally diverse heritage. Julian is also the Youth Forum Convenor for the ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Symposium 2020 in Sydney.
Not simply a passion to conserve and engage with our past in order to enliven our present, but also to re-imagine heritage for the future.
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney (currently undertaking)
Master of Architecture, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Design (Architecture/Urban Design and Planning), University of Sydney
Chinese Garden of Friendship Advisory Committee, Property NSW, 2017—Present.
Australia ICOMOS National Executive Committee, 2017—Present.
ICOMOS 20th Triennial General Assembly 2020, Youth Forum Convenor, 2018—Present.
Australia ICOMOS (Full International).
Australian Institute of Architects (Graduate B).
National Trust of Australia (NSW).