managing director of the environmental consultancy firm Land Use Consultants, and my aunt was a founding member of Team 4. I was also strongly influenced by Neave Brown during my final years of school, who inspired me to study architecture.
I have substantial detailing, specifying and job running experience for a large range of project types. These including small domestic extensions, conservation work, large commercial projects, large private and affordable residential projects. I worked on the Dulwich Picture Gallery extension, and most recently as Job Architect for a £12m Performing Arts Centre and a £9m library extension for Falmouth College of Arts under Burwell Deakns Architects.
I studied architecture as an undergraduate at Edinburgh University between 1995 and 1999 (gaining 1st class Honours), and as a post graduate at UCL (The Bartlett) under Jonathan Hill between 1999 and 2001 (gaining a commendation in Technical Studies). I completed my professional studies at the Architectural Association in 2005.
I am a second generation architect; my father was an architect and town planner with Brett and Pollen (later to become Teggin and Taylor), my stepfather was the