Key Personnel


Michael Fox – AM, B Arch, MTCP, FAIA, FPIA – is an architect planner and MFA director, with extensive commercial, institutional, residential and heritage experience.

Recent and current heritage programs include conservation of St Saviour's Cathedral Goulburn, Kincoppal Rose Bay, and St Mary's Cathedral and Spires Sydney.

Michael Fox is a director of Access Australia and 2010 to 2023 Chair of Rights & Inclusion Australia

Chris Legge-Wilkinson – B Arch, B SC (Architecture) is an MFA consultant heritage architect – with extensive heritage conservation experience in the ACT and NSW.

Recent and current heritage related programs include University of Sydney Campus Infrastructure, Sydney College of the Arts, UTS and a range of projects in the ACT, southern NSW and the Sydney Region.

Chris prepared the MFA Conservation Plan for St Saviour’s Cathedral and was previously the University of Sydney Heritage Architect.


James Bowman – B Arch, Master of Commerce, Advanced Diploma of Architectural Technology – is an MFA consultant.

James has extensive documentation and delivery experience, including education and health procurement and strategic management within a heritage context. 

James is an experimental researcher specialising in artificial intelligence and generative parametric design.

Research & IT

Margaret Fox – BA, MA, Grad. Dip. IM – is a director of MFA - Margaret manages MFA research and IT, and has extensive research, planning and policy guidelines experience.

Nicholas Legge-Wilkinson – BE Civil Engineering is an MFA research assistant. Nick was extensively involved in St Saviour's Cathedral including research in Sydney, Goulburn and Canberra during 2015 preparation of the MFA Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Cathedral.