Graham O’Hare is an architectural stone conservator based in Gloucestershire. After a ten-year career as a field archaeologist in Italy he re-trained as a conservator at Salisbury (Wiltshire) and Asti (Piemonte, Italy) Cathedrals before attending the post- graduate diploma course in architectural stonework conservation at Bournemouth University, passing with distinction in 1994. Since then he has conserved numerous churchyard and internal monuments, and stonework on many fine buildings including Wells and Winchester Cathedrals, Tewkesbury Abbey and the Eltz Palace in Vukovar, Croatia. Graham is a member of Icon, the International institute for Conservation, SPAB and the Building Limes Forum. His work respects conservation ethics and best practice.