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I have a breadth of experience working in a diversity of design environments, having worked in private practice where I have been a key, lead and management level team member on numerous built projects across London including community centres, schools and offices with capital costs ranging from £500,000 to £3million.

I have successfully conducted small scale spatial sociological research projects; designing, managing and implementing consultations and associated media including summary conclusions and inclusion strategy during various execution phases. I also have experience as a CAD consultant, being responsible for training architects and interior designers of all levels to use customised CAD and BIM (level 2); for a number of innovative London based practices

As an independent design consultancy, I have successfully tendered for a number of design and build projects. This includes the creation management and development of 2D and 3D visual material for planning applications, client meetings and effectively communicating design changes and adaptations to end users.

I have a D.Phil. Architecture, B.Arch AADipl. RIBA obtained at the Architectural Association and the University of Sheffield (respectively).


  • CAD Consultant Modelity Ltd · Self-employed Jan 2014 – Present 7 yrs 4 mos London, England, United Kingdom We provide CAD and BIM data in Vectorworks for large architectural teams on complex award-winning projects. We provided Software consultancy to some of the world’s leading architectural practices. clients requiring specialist architectural support in the sales, installation and training of Vectorworks CAD and BIM software. We provided bespoke training and guidance offering Vectorworks CAD and BIM software training, support and guidance tailor-made to practices, projects at the level of expertise within client teams. We provided Vectorworks training for every skill level, training courses and were designed to offer fast, accurate and useful training specific to the workplace, systems and staff.


  • The University of Sheffield Ph. D. , Architecture 2011 – 2017 Protest in contested public spaces: An investigation into the performative act of protest as a mechanism by which to define the changing social, political and spatial terrains of neo-liberal London.

    My work documents the cultural and social development of alternative practices and direct-actions, strengthen our understanding of public spaces of cultural exchange.
  • Architectural Association, London Dip.Arch, Architecture 2001 – 2007