With a background in art and architectural history, Rosalie possesses well-honed research and analytical skills; demonstrated experience carrying out built heritage assessments; preparing histories; developing interpretation strategies; experience in project management and proposal coordination. She is interested in heritage policy and regulatory mechanisms.
At Context, Rosalie draws on her knowledge of architectural and social history to provide research assistance and project support to a variety of built heritage and community engagement projects.
Heritage is about so much more than simply being a product of age. It is about the associations and meanings attributed to places that continue to have resonance within our communities. These values are embodied in the fabric of a place and endure in stories exchanged, shared and uncovered. Discovering, capturing and protecting these emotional connections between people and place is an immensely gratifying aspect of being a heritage consultant.
Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage (University of Melbourne)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons., first class) Art History (University of Melbourne)
Bachelor of Arts, Art and Architectural History; English and Cultural Studies (University of Western Australia)
Member – Association of Critical Heritage Studies
Member – National Trust of Australia
Associate Member – Australia ICOMOS