Marc specialises in managing the evolution of our historic environment. He effectively collaborates with stakeholders to establish a deep understanding of the history and significance of a heritage place.  This is balanced with a pragmatic grasp of the development process to ensure ongoing viability and function.

He is involved in all stages of project delivery from initial feasibility studies, heritage design development, preparation of appropriate heritage reports and documentation, authority liaison, and heritage conservation services during construction.

Marc’s academic qualifications stand alongside his 15 years of experience in both WA and UK based heritage management, with extensive experience in town planning, building conservation, cultural engagement, heritage interpretation and character protection. 

The depth of those considerations has been greatly enhanced by living and working on Whadjuk Boodja with the Noongar community, and with his involvement in some of WA’s most significant heritage projects, such as the award-winning Montgomery House, East Perth Power Station and the Causeway Bridges project. He is also a trusted advisor to local and State Government. 

Heritage places provide unique settings for businesses, stimulate tourism, and contribute to the revitalisation of urban areas. They create a sense of place and sustainable communities that are resilient to the effects of climate change.