Carolyn Lloyd Brown
Carolyn helps clients develop and manage the potential of their historic sites to deliver sustainable solutions and compelling destination propositions. She thrives on working as part of a multi-disciplinary team that reflects the true complexities and challenges of managing, developing and sustaining historic places. She is good at enthusing people, bringing them together and helping them think creatively. She is also adept at trouble-shooting and diplomatic problem-solving.
Carolyn started her career as part of the creative team developing the innovative Jorvik Viking Centre where she developed her skills in cultural project management. She went on to work with heritage and tourism clients across the UK.

Outside of work, Carolyn enjoys living in the Howardian Hills AONB, takes an unhealthy interest in muddy holes (it’s the archaeologist in her), is a Trustee of Beck Isle Museum and a volunteer at Helmsley Arts Centre.