Carol Priamo has been active in the heritage preservation field for thirty years as an architectural historian, heritage planner and marketer, museum consultant and curator, teacher and author.


Her achievements include as planner with the Toronto Planning Board, research, documentation and designation of historically and architecturally significant buildings in Toronto’s downtown core, identification and documentation of heritage sites and neighbourhoods in Ontario for the Heritage Branch of the Ministry of Culture and Communications; writing, design and production of heritage sites brochures and booklets for the Ontario Heritage Foundation, numerous heritage studies and reports; heritage design consultant to community museums in Ontario, museum curator of Pickering Museum Village, Ontario; author of heritage architecture books “Mills of Canada” and “The General Store”, and articles, and lecturer on Canadian heritage architecture and preservation. 


She has taught architectural history and design at Pacific Design Academy,Victoria, BC,and lectured at the Universities of Victoria,Guelph and Toronto. As a professional graphic and web designer, and photographer of art and architecture she has had numerous successful contracts with the Ontario Heritage Foundation, Ontario Ministry of Culture and Communications, BC government, Metro Vancouver and the Greater Vancouver Regional District. 


Her current projects include documentation of heritage architecture in downtown Hamilton and the regular exhibition at various local galleries.of her artworks incorporating these images.