Born in 1305, Hewlett was raised as the son of a local magistrate. He secured a place at the College at age 23, following an internship at Ascension. His doctoral thesis focused on Arcane Architecture – and it is his contributions in this field for which he remains most renowned. His work on automation, while less celebrated, has also been hailed as groundbreaking.
During his time a the College – and subsequently as a private contractor – Hewlett’s expertise was commissioned in the construction of the following prominent structures:
After the College was destroyed, Hewlett moved to ????, where he continued to work as a private contractor.