For twenty years Anne worked for the NSW Government Architect’s Office, with ten of these years as Manager of the Heritage Group. From 2000 to 2002, Anne was Heritage Manager at the City of Sydney before moving to Shanghai, China, where she lived for 7 years. During this time Anne ran the China office of AJ+C Architects, taught Western Architecture at Tongji University, wrote an Architectural Guide to Shanghai (pub 2007 by Watermark Press) and started a tour guiding business, walkshanghai.
Anne currently works as a heritage consultant from her office at Millers Point, NSW, and has co-presented the ‘Urban Landscape and Heritage’ course in the Faculty of the Built Environment at UNSW since 2009.
|PhD, FBE, UNSW
|MA (conservation studies) University of York, UK
|BSc (Arch), UNSW
Membership of Professional Organisations
Australian Institute of Architects
|Fellow of Australian Institute of Architects
|Councilor AIA (Australian Institute of Architects) – elected position.
|Chair of the AIA Historic Buildings Committee
|Member of ICOMOS Organizing Committee for the ICOMOS General Assembly,
Member of ICOMOS Intangible Heritage Scientific Committee
Member of ICOMOS International, member number 1116
NSW Heritage Council
|Member of TAG, The Technical Advisory Group of the NSW Heritage Council
|Member of NSW Heritage Council
|Vice-president of SFAUDI (Sydney Forum on Architecture and Urban Design)
|UNSW Member of COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)
Action !S0904 (European Architecture Beyond Europe)
|Member of UNSW FBE Urban Typologies Cluster
|Chair, AustCham Construction Property Industry Working Group
|Founder and Vice-President ESH (Explore Shanghai Heritage).
|Member of the National Trust’s Architectural Advisory Committee
Heritage Asset Management
As Heritage Manager in the Government Architect’s Office, NSW Public Works & Services, Anne was commissioned by the NSW Premier’s Department to prepare the Heritage Asset Management Guidelines for the Total Asset Management package being championed by NSW State Government. First published in 1992, these Guidelines were revised and re-issued in 1996.
Anne received three industry awards for the preparation of these guidelines:
|NAWIC Innovation award (National Association of Women in Construction)
|Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award
|Institution of Engineers Engineering Excellence Award
My interest in Cultural Mapping arose from work in Asia related to two Commonwealth Government Fellowships:
|Australia-Indonesia Merdeka Fellowship
Articles on Cultural Mapping include:
|World Architecture Magazine, article on Cultural Mapping in special edition on Architectural Heritage and Conservation in Australia (translated into Mandarin)
|AHC InPlace Magazine, article on Cultural Mapping
|Ancient Cities in Transition: The Challenges for Conservation, AWPNUC, Hanoi