Gregory MacNeil is a licensed architect and member of the Nova Scotia Association of Architects. He oversees measured and image-based building documentation and visualization services at Jerry MacNeil Architects in Halifax.
His education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from Acadia University, Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies and Master of Architecture degrees from the Technical University of Nova Scotia. Gregory has completed postgraduate studies at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (ICCROM 12th International Course on Wood Conservation Technology), and the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He has also taken on-site training courses conducted by English Heritage in Building Survey, Archaeological Survey, and Measured Survey for Cultural Heritage in the UK.
Gregory has been published, carried out historic building conservation work in Canada, Germany, and the United States, and has presented papers in Canada, Czech Republic, and the United States. Currently, he is a member of the Association for Preservation Technology International Documentation Committee, the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) International Wood Committee, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society and the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada.