I am an RIBA Part II Architecture graduate, having recently achieved a Distinction at MArch from the Birmingham School of Architecture. My final thesis project centred around the 'Il Bisonte' School of Printmaking in Florence, Italy, and was a contemporary translation of the typical Renaissance palazzo vernacular found within the city. These themes drew from my dissertation, in which I explored a material and spatial rhetoric in the work of Caruso St John, principally focusing on the New Art Gallery Walsall, as well as Nottingham Contemporary and the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. During my MArch, I was also an undergraduate critic and engaged with the course Board of Studies.
I am currently working at Michael Dales Partnership in Bedfordshire, a practice specialising in one-off residential commisions & ecclesiastical restorations and reorderings. As a small practice of just five permanent staff, I have been involved in all stages of the architectural design and procurement process, and I am using this experience as I work towards my RIBA Part III qualifications.
This is my personal website, and contains more details about myself as well as a selection of work completed during both University and through other projects. The work featured ranges from large-scale civic interventions to more intimate community oriented designs.
If you wish to get in touch with me, please visit the 'Contact' Page for more details on how to do so.