Geoff is an Architect and Managing Partner at RIBA Stirling Prize winning practice Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, based in Bath, Southwest England, he completed his architectural studies with first class honours at the University of Newcastle. 

He takes a leading role in the practice’s creative re-use and regeneration work. He is a former S.P.A.B. Lethaby Scholar, and an accredited conservation architect with both the AABC and the RIBA schemes. His recent projects include the major repair and renovation of Bath Abbey. Previous work includes projects the National Museums Liverpool masterplan, Middleport Pottery in Stoke on Trent and the award-winning work on the Royal Palaces at Hampton Court and Windsor Castle.

Feilden Clegg Bradley is known for their creative re-invention of C20 buildings such as the restoration and redesign of London’s Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery.

Geoff is a member of Historic England’s Historic Places Panel, and Chairman of the Fabric Advisory Council for Exeter Cathedral. He is a visiting lecturer on conservation, regeneration and sustainability at several universities.