I completed my MArch (prof) in 2012 entitled: Quotidian Architecture – occupying the sidewalk. Examining the city as a place of increasing opportunity, a receptacle for new social, cultural and economic strata whereby the urban environment is being converted and mutated by everyday public performances. The dissertation explored the notion of the wall in an attempt to reconfigure the sidewalk.
After completing my Masters, I began working for Drawboxdesignstudio as a candidate architect where the primary focus was on residential architecture. In 2014 I moved to Arca Architects where I worked on commercial and infrastructural projects before moving to Cape Town in 2016 where I have gained valuable insight into high rise residential, commercial buildings and urban design schemes working as both a design and project architect.
Apart from being an architect, I am an avid cyclist, triathlete and traveller. I recently travelled to Japan where I hiked in the Japanese Alps, have previously completed a 1500km cycle tour along the Eastern Maritime Provinces of Canada, and currently participate in regular Ironman events.
I am a Canadian permanent resident and can accept employment without restriction. My qualifications are equivalent to a Canadian M.Arch. I aim to have this certified by the CACB in order to register with the OAA.
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