Christopher Neville is a historic preservation and public history consultant based in New York. His research-driven interdisciplinary practice draws on over twenty-five years of experience in historic preservation, architectural restoration, field archaeology, public art, and other forms of site-specific investigation and interpretation. Significant past collaborations include work with the REPOhistory art collective, the Place Matters community heritage project, the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, preservation consultants Higgins, Quasebarth & Partners, and interior restoration specialists Traditional Line, among others. He has taught in the Historic Preservation Programs at Columbia since 2011, and at the Pratt Institute since 2009.
He holds an MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia GSAPP and a BA from Amherst College.