As a researcher I am interested in how digital tools and techniques can be used as methods to enhance and critique our understanding of historic works of architecture, whether they be existing buildings, were built and then damaged or destroyed, or were not built at all. My research focuses on methods that enable new information to be provided that would not have been possible in a pre-digital context, such as photogrammetry and laser scanning, digital modelling and analysis, as well as immersive virtual reality techniques.
As a qualified architect, I can be found mainly teaching design studio in the school.
- Invited speaker at 'The Architecture and Archaeology of Ely: Papers in memory of Anne Holton-Krayenbuhl' (Invitation to Speak, Cambridge Antiquarian Society 2018)
- Invited judge at the RIBA North East Student Awards (RIBA North East 2017)
- Invited speaker at 'The History of Crime and the Courts in Three Dimensions' (Invitation to Speak, The Digital Panopticon 2015)
- BA2 Year Lead
- BA2 Studio Leader
- Admissions Tutor