Miriam Kelly is a British Architect experienced in the repair and adaptive reuse of historic buildings. In 2006, she won the prestigious Lethaby Scholarship with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) and has since joined the UK’s Register for Architects Accredited in Building Conservation. In 2013, she became a Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust and undertook a travelling research scholarship to study post-industrial regeneration. Miriam joined BBB in 2014 and is working on projects for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MCR Development, The Frick Collection, New York Public Library, Cornell University, Hispanic Society Museum & Library, MIT, and Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. She holds two Masters Degrees in Architecture from the University of Edinburgh. Before moving to the US, Miriam worked at some of the most sensitive historic sites in the UK including Windsor Castle, the Royal Pavilion Estate, Lowther Castle and Bath Abbey.