A design architect accredited in conservation, Miriam has over a decade of experience in the repair and adaptive reuse of historic buildings. Working in some of the most sensitive historic environments, she assists clients in best-practice conservative repair, design for visitors and strategic heritage management. She has helped to raise over £75m in public funding for heritage projects. From castles to collieries to royal estates, she seeks to secure the past in the service of the present, towards a sustainable future.



Registered Architect (ARB, UK)
Architect Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC Registered, UK)
Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Lethaby Scholar, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

University of Edinburgh
Master of Architecture (Distinction)
Master of Arts (Hons) Architectural Design (First Class)

Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, New York, USA
Senior Associate, Architect (Historic Preservation)
Extraordinary Ability Visa (O-1B Status)

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios LLP, Bath, UK
Senior Architect, Creative Reuse Team

Malcolm Fraser Architects, Edinburgh, UK
Architect, Arts & Culture

German Development Service, Kathmandu, Nepal
Assistant Architect, Heritage Conservation

PKS Architects, London, UK
Assistant Architect, Historic Buildings

Gray Marshall & Associates, Edinburgh, UK
Assistant Architect, Historic Buildings

New York University
MA in Historic and Sustainable Architecture – Lecturer

Columbia University
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation – Master of Architecture
Man, Machine and the Industrial Landscape – Design Critic

University of Bath
BSc (Hons) Architecture – Lecturer in Vernacular Architecture
MSc Conservation of Historic Gardens & Cultural Landscapes – Lecturer

University of Edinburgh
MA (Hons) Architectural Design – Course Organiser & Unit Tutor
MA (Hons) Architectural Design – Design Critic & Tutor