BA MSt PhD
Architectural Historian and Heritage Consultant
Karey’s diverse background in the historic built environment has furnished her with practical skills including building investigation, analysis, measured survey and recording, as well as academic experience in archival research, palaeography, writing, lecturing, and the cataloguing and curating of collections.
Prior to joining Caroe Architecture, Karey was a postdoctoral researcher and Assistant Curator of Paintings at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge. Her PhD, funded by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, studied the development of temporary wartime architecture. She has worked as an assistant conservation officer, conducting conservation area appraisals, local list assessments, and addressing listed building consents. She is widely published on topics ranging from the effects of wartime on the English country estate to historic doors.
Karey contributes to the practice’s work in Heritage Consultancy – providing investigative research, analysis and preparing Conservation Management Plans, Conservation Statements and Heritage Impact Assessments.