Until 2001, Richard Linzey was in architectural practise in the United Kingdom leading English Heritage’s Architecture Branch. Key projects have included development and conservation works at Dover Castle, Kent and Stonehenge World Heritage Site, Wiltshire. Richard has written and published widely and lectures frequently on the conservation and management of military archaeology. Immigrating to Canada in 2002 he worked for Commonwealth Historic Resources Management in Vancouver and for two years as a heritage planner at the City of Victoria. From 2004-2007 he built a heritage consulting business, Past Perfect. Since 2013 Richard has directed the Provincial Heritage Branch.