I am currently living in Hong Kong as a recent RIBA Part II graduate. I graduated with an MArch from the Bartlett School of Architecture in London in June 2014.
I gained my Part I in Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Westminster in 2010. During this time I exhibited a structural concept model in the Royal Academy Summer Show, worked in the UAE in Dubai, assisted at Maccreanor Lavington Architects and wrote a review of the London Architecture Schools end of year shows for Building Design online.
Before starting at the Bartlett in 2012, I worked for Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios in Bath, before being relocated to their London office. I worked on a variety of projects at FCBS, I was primarily focused on an RIBA award winning Engineering Academy, international competitions and a mixed use luxury high rise scheme; Embassy Gardens alongside AHMM in London.
Aside from studying architecture, I really love architecture. I love being next to, in, around, below and above it. I am currently pursuing my interests in the theory and design of contemporary architecture, analysing and understanding the shifts towards the new era of 'digitalism' and how it is represented globally through local iterations.
I am currently expanding my knowledge of the digital in architecture, broadening my program horizons through scripting, animating and parametricism which is more apparent in my 5th year work.
Otherwise, I love animals, I'm in love with Hong Kong and I really enjoy taking photos of a beautiful memory.