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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