Summary
I'm an Australian architect, currently undertaking the Master in Design Studies (MDes '21, History and Philosophy of Design and Media) program at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard as a Frank Knox Memorial Fellow.

Prior to that I worked as an architect for David Boyle, based on the central coast at Pretty Beach, NSW. While at David Boyle Architect, I worked across a number of residential projects, which included the Five Gardens House, a project awarded the Hugh and Eva Buhrich Award in the Alterations and Additions category at the NSW Institute of Architects 2019 awards.

I was previously a Partner at TYP-TOP Architecture Office, a small design-research architecture practice based in Sydney. The office was a productive 18 month collaborative partnership with Andrew Daly, who now heads his own practice in Sydney. The TYP-TOP office was established by Andrew and myself off the back of a final-5 shortlisting of 144 entrants in a 2-stage international competition for the Green Square Aquatic Centre and Gunyama Park by the City of Sydney, a $50 million dollar aquatic centre in the heart of the new Green Square precinct.

I was previously awarded a Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship in 2013 along with the AIA NSW Institute Chapter 2014 David Lindner Prize (with Andrew Daly as part of TYP-TOP) for the funded research project, titled 'somethings fishy', on the history and future of the Bays Precinct in Sydney.

Other ongoing interests include exhibition, curatorial, publication and archival projects. I am a printmaker, and have worked closely with Tom Goulder of Duck Print Fine Art over the last decade at his workshop in Port Kembla. Aside from obsolete printing processes, I also enjoy modern tools, like 3D Printing with my ultimaker, or my much loved Trotec Speedy when I ran the now-defunct digital fabrication workshop in the Sydney CBD. I occasionally teach and guest tutor at the University of Sydney.

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