Ross Lovett

 

Over the past fifteen years Ross has gathered a wealth of expertise and knowledge, working and training within the field of Building Conservation and with particular emphasis in the conservation of masonry buildings. Ross’s work combines an inquiring and academic approach with the practical skills of a master craftsman.

In his capacity as a Conservator, Ross has been involved with a range historical sites encompassing both the ecclesiastical and vernacular. For several years Ross held the position of Head Mason and Conservator at Winchester Cathedral where he has been a key figure in all conservation and masonry projects.

Ross originally trained as a stonemason at Weymouth College, gaining valuable tool skills as well as a deep understanding of building geometry. He then went on to study Architectural Stone Carving at the City & Guilds of London Art School, where he developed his abilities, carving foliate and figurative ornament. In 2012 Ross completed an MSc in Building Conservation through Bournemouth University.

Ross Lovett Conservation offers a full range of services from consultancy and condition reports through to the practical undertaking of conservation projects. All work is carried out with an informed and observational approach and completed to the highest quality.  

Additionally; Ross is an accomplished draughtsman, mason and sculptor; undertaking commissions and memorial work as well as delivering workshops in “Ornamental Stone Carving” and “Using Lime Mortars” 

About Ross

Over the past fifteen years Ross has gathered a wealth of expertise and knowledge, working and training within the field of Building Conservation and with particular emphasis in the conservation of masonry buildings. 

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