Guy started his career at McCurdy & Co working within a team of specialist craftsmen and consultants on a wide variety of significant timber buildings. He then joined the Historic Royal Palaces as a Surveyor, working on major conservation projects within HM Tower of London World Heritage Site, where he also developed a series of project tours as Expert Lecturer on historic timber construction.

Guy has been awarded The COTAC Sir Bernard Feilden Prize for his FDSc Historic Building Conservation studies at Kingston University and IHBC accredited MSc (Distinction) Building Conservation at the University of York.

An active member of The Vernacular Architecture Group, The Georgian Group, The Construction History Society and the SPAB (for which he assisted in the development and delivery of their Timber Repair Masterclass 2015), Guy remains fascinated by a buildings historic context and its vital interplay with the development of materials and techniques of construction