Matt is a specialist conservation architect, who has been working on historic buildings for over ten years. In that time he has worked on a number of high profile projects including the V&A Museum and the Tower of London. He has worked at GQA since 2011 and was made an Associate in 2018. 

    Matt studied at Sheffield University, Brighton University and the Architectural Association and holds a diploma in building conservation. Since then has been involved with number of conservation projects such as the repair of the garden pavilions at Dropmore Park and at the Royal Automobile Club's Woodcote Park estate.

    He is currently working with Heatherwick Studio at Coal Drops Yard and the restoration of JM Barrie's former home in Bayswater.

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