Christian Hampson is a proud Woiwurrung and Maneroo man and with an extensive background in Indigenous Cultural Heritage management, with over 20 years of experience leading the design and delivery of heritage programs in the public sector.
Developing his passion for cultural heritage as a young man and through his long career with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Christian brings a cultural approach to collaboration, as well as a passion for great design and promoting Indigenous narratives across the Australian landscape.
Christian Hampson in 2018 also co-founded Yerrabingin, a visionary start-up that seeks to disrupt conventional approaches to ending Indigenous disadvantage and create intercultural opportunities for future generations to thrive.
He talks here about design, decolonialisation, traditional notions of buildings and how in Indigenous ideas can help make our built environment more sustainable.
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