David is a Conservation Architect, Heritage Consultant and educator, working on numerous listed buildings, Scheduled Ancient Monuments and World Heritage Sites in the UK and internationally. Equally at home with design or technical issues or heritage reporting, David’s skills bridge the gap between architecture and heritage consultancy. Previous clients include the Parliamentary Estate, English Heritage, National Gallery, Battersea Power Station, Drapers’ Hall, Fulham Palace, Law Society, Dartington Estate, City of London and Hong Kong Government.

David leads the Architectural Association Building Conservation course and lectures regularly on building conservation at other prominent educational institutions. His writings have been published in various national newspapers and journals, and he has appeared on heritage-related BBC and Sky Arts television programmes.