I would like to think of myself as an enthusiastic, unconventional and ethically driven person.
I am genuinely concerned about the environment and I am always striving to be critical and objective about the causes of Climate Change, how it will affect us and the generations who will inherit it and what we can do to efficiently and economically mitigate and adapt to it
WHAT I'VE DONE
I have trained in Architecture and Interior Design and gained an MA with distinction at London Met.
I have been a founding member of Fluid and a director of PaperScissorStone UK.
I have taught architectural design and technology since 1996 in various universities and at various levels, including an Msc in Sustainable Design.
I have won various awards including the 2004 RIBA Regional
WHAT I DO
I am currently teaching design and technology part-time at Oxford Brookes, while also dedicating myself to personal projects and research interests, connected to the field of sustainability and health.
I am particularly interested in the connection between pattern, beauty and mental health.
I am also concerned with the impact of AI, bio-engineering and climate change on the reorganisation of communities, lifestyles and buildings in the near future.
I also provide design consultancy and teach privately.
A GALLERY OF DETAILS I LIKE
from macro to micro, between architecture and the natural world, pattern is the result of organised systems of assembly and erosion, and a great source of wonder and inspiration