Natasha has worked at GQA since January 2001 on Grade I, II* and II buildings across the country including Victoria & Albert Royal Mausoleum at Windsor, Glynde Place, Dropmore Estate, Trent Park, The Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich and Althorp.  Natasha led GQA’s involvement in the HLF funded Battle of Britain Museum at Bentley Priory and she is now a Trustee of the Charity.  Natasha is a member of a number of Statutory Amenity Societies such as the Georgian Group, SPAB and Victorian Society.  She is an approved architect with the London DAC and was recently appointed as Church Architect for St Georges’ Holborn [GII*], St Saviour’s Aberdeen Park [GI] and St Mary’s, Isleworth. 

    Natasha is now on the RIBA Conservation Register as a 'Specialist Conservation Architect' and on the AABC Register as a Consultant Architect accredited in Building Conservation. 

    In November 2010, she completed the 2 year Diploma in Building Conservation at the Architectural Association.  She was made an Associate of the Practice in August 2010 and a Senior Associate in 2015.  She became one of the youngest external examiners at the Architectural Association for the RIBA Part III exam in 2014 and is also an external examiner for the University of Greenwich and UWE.

    Over the last few years Natasha has reignited her Theatre Studies degree and combining it with her passion for historic architecture by acting as a presenter and expert on Conservation for the BBC and the Discovery Channel UK and is currently working on a three-part documentary on historic buildings for one of the main TV channels.

    Natasha believes that conservation of our architectural history should allow the buildings to live and breathe, as well as educating and helping create stories for future generations.

    She was made a Director of Giles Quarme Architects in February 2020.