Graham Morgan is an accredited, practicing materials conservator with over forty years experience in the profession. He was the Principal Curator for the Ancient History and Archaeology Department of the University of Leicester, where he lectured on and taught practical material conservation and materials analysis.

Now retired, but continuing to work for both public and private sectors, he carries out practical conservation and analysis, and regularly gives lectures on the theory behind materials conservation. Primarily a conservator of archaeological materials, he also analyses mortar and plaster and charcoal remains; among other materials.

Graham was fast tracked through the accreditation system when it was launched and remains a fully accredited conservator. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a member of the Archaeology Group of The Institute of Conservation.