Iain has been working in the field of conservation architecture since leaving University in the year 2000. He initially worked for a small architectural firm in Faversham, Kent. In 2003 he moved to Norwich to work for Purcell LLP on numerous local and national projects, such as the Ancient House Museum, Thetford; Gybson’s Conduit, Norwich; The British Museum, London; and the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket. During the downturn of 2009 Iain set up on his own and oversaw the restoration of Pentney Priory Gatehouse, near King’s Lynn.
In 2014 Iain joined Nicholas Warns Architect Ltd and worked on a large number of lottery funded projects to churches including St Peter Mancroft, New Ringing Gallery; All Saints’ Church, Wighton; and All Saints’ Church, Waterden. This year, Iain moved to work for Spire Property Consultants Ltd.