Mark is a heritage professional with a passion for architecture and the conservation and preservation of heritage places. With extensive experience working in an architectural practice, Mark has been responsible for the end-to-end delivery of both residential and commercial projects.
Highly organised, Mark is skilled in problem resolution, negotiating the statutory requirements of the Victorian and local planning provisions. Mark recently completed a Master of Cultural Heritage at Deakin University. Focusing on heritage place management, Mark has a particular interest in and aptitude for facilitating good design outcomes within sensitive heritage overlays.
Cultural heritage is as much to do with our future as it is our past. My primary interest is in the safeguarding of heritage places whilst maintaining their relevance. The ability for heritage places to evolve engages the past with the present over a mutual concern for our future.
Master of Cultural Heritage (Deakin University)
Bachelor of Planning & Design, Architecture (University of Melbourne)
Bachelor of Science (Hons), (University of Melbourne)