I spent the two years following my RIBA Part I working with 51% Studios in London on a diverse range of projects throughout the world. A high degree of responsibility combined with a hands-on approach to design, specification and construction detailing enabled me to develop my professional skills considerably, experiencing a number of projects from outline design through to practical completion.
I have significant experience in digital modelling and visualisation, specialising in a range of advanced still and motion-based techniques. My projects thrive on pushing technological boundaries whilst remaining overtly true to the balance of light, materiality and proportion. My ongoing research interests focus primarily on the concept of the emerging digital city and its potential to revolutionise the way we understand, experience and ultimately author the built environment. I recently graduated with Distinction in my RIBA Part II and my Thesis was selected for Blueprint Magazine’s 25 ‘most imaginative and ingenious’ graduate projects.