This site is a place to collate and share my work, interests and projects.
By way of background, I studied the five year architecture degree (with Honours) at the University of New South Wales, followed by the Masters in Heritage Conservation at the University of Sydney. The latter culminated in a research report on Luminosity and Urbanity: Neon Signage and Metropolitan Sydney.
Previously, I have worked at the NSW Government Architect's Office, GML Heritage, Welsh + Major Architects and Tanner Kibble Denton. Currently, I am Associate Design director at dwp | design worldwide partnership
In 2017, I was awarded a Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship from the NSW Architects Registration Board, to study the topic of Re-imagining Mosques: The Intersection of Inclusive Architecture and Urban Design.
Broadly, the research looks at the important role architecture can play in bringing communities together and fostering inclusion through the built environment. This research taps into my areas of interest: the dynamics between public and private architecture, inclusive architecture and the role architecture plays in the shaping of urban environments and communities.
Beyond that, my other main interests are reflected through the built projects I have worked across, including public and civic buildings, adaptive re-use projects, conservation projects and education projects that incorporate new learning environments.
I am also one half of Coastal Incidental, an ongoing collaborative project that seeks to capture and celebrate the changing built fabric on the NSW Central Coast.
NSW Architects Registration Board No. 10349.
You can also check out my CV.