Alonzo C. Addison


Alonzo C. Addison is an international heritage consultant and serves as an advisor to the UNESCO World Heritage Center. President of the Virtual Heritage Network and vice president of the ICOMOS international scientific committee for interpretation and presentation of cultural heritage, he is also on the boards of the ICOMIS heritage documentation committee, the European EPOCH heritage network, and numerous other organizations.

Addison has led field projects at heritage sites of Angkor (Cambodia) to Bagan (Myanmar), Peru to Egypt and Belize to Bhutan.

He holds degrees in engineering, architecture and computing from Princeton and the University of California at Berkerley and founded Berkerley’s Center for design visualization. He resides in Northern California with his wife and two children.