Software developer and computational designer, living in London.

Currently an Associate Director at London-based engineering firm AKT II, and Leader of their software development team. This Dev Team supports all of AKT’s specialist groups: Structural Engineering, the Bioclimate Team, the Applied Research Team (, and so on.

Previously worked for Thomas Heatherwick Studio, RoboFold, Atmos, and other companies with a focus on complex geometry and computationally-derived design, optimisation & fabrication processes.

Has run workshops and given lectures at academic institutions such as The University of Westminster, The Royal College of Art and The Bartlett.

Holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Architecture, both from the University of Bath. Master’s thesis analysed the architectural implications of digital modelling and computer-aided manufacturing technologies.

2019Tutor for MArch 'Digital Design' course 2019-20 - Westminster University
London, UK
Module organised by Richard Difford.
2018Tutor for MArch 'Digital Design' course 2018-19 - Westminster University
London, UK
Module organised by Richard Difford.
2017MArch Lecture on Form Finding and Structural Analysis - Royal College of Art
London, UK
Technical Studies course led by Manja van de Worp.
Tutor for MArch 'Digital Design' course 2017-18 - Westminster University
London, UK
Module organised by Richard Difford.
2016Visiting Tutor for 4-day ‘Intelligent Fabrication’ Workshop - ENSA-V
National School of Architecture, Versailles, France
Workshop kindly arranged by Klaas de Rycke, and tutored by Mathias Gmachl (, Moritz Heimrath and Adam Orlinski (both from Bollinger-Grohmann engineers and Karamba), Kristjan Plagborg Nielsen, and myself.
Visiting Tutor for 2 day MArch Mapping & Computational Design Workshop - The Bartlett
London, UK
Unit led by Roberto Botazzi and Kostas Grigoriadis.
Tutor for MArch 'DigiRep' (Digital Representation) course 2016-17 - Westminster University
London, UK
Module organised by Richard Difford.
2015Visiting Tutor for MArch Architecture workshop - Westminster University
London, UK
Unit led by Roberto Botazzi and Lindsay Bremner (GeoArchitecture).
2013Visiting Tutor for ‘Robotic Fabrication’ workshop - Przemiany Festival 2013
Warsaw, Poland
Tutoring alongside Greg Epps (RoboFold). Workshop organised by SuperSuper and Bridge.
Informal lecture on ‘Parametric Design Processes & Projects’ - RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia)
Lecture to Landscape Architecture students. Unit led by Sam Johnston (SEM Design).
Visiting Tutor for workshops with MArch Architecture & Interiors units - Royal College of Art
London, UK
2012Visiting Tutor for Workshops with ADS1 unit - Royal College of Art
London, UK
Unit led by Alex Haw (Atmos) and Roberto Botazzi.
2011Tutor at ‘Shape To Fabrication 2011’ workshop
With Greg Epps (RoboFold).
2009MArch lecture on Acoustic Analysis through Digital Modelling - The University of Bath
2007MArch lecture on ‘Digital manufacturing and modelling’ techniques - The University of Bath

2021Co-Author of paper “The Geldeford Riband Pavillion”.
Published in “Proceedings of the IASS (International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures) Annual Symposium 2020/21” (2021).
This paper discusses a set of ten artwork collaborations built by artist DeWitt Godfrey and the AKT team between 2016-2021, and proposes a new temporary installation to be constructed for the IASS conference.
Co-written with DeWitt Godfrey and my AKT colleague Joel Hilmersson, who presented the projects at the conference.
2020Co-Author of paper “Hudson Yards Vessel, New York”.
Published in “Fabricate 2020: Making Resilient Architecture” (2020 – UCL Press).
Paper was co-written with Pablo Zamorano and Peter Romvari (both from Heatherwick Studio) and colleague Edoardo Tibuzzi.

Co-Author of paper “The Tide [Phase 1]: Greenwich Peninsula, London”.
Published in “Fabricate 2020: Making Resilient Architecture” (2020 – UCL Press).
Paper was co-written with Bryce Suite (Diller Scofidio + Renfro), Ryan Neiheiser (Neiheiser Argyros), and my AKT colleagues Emmanuel Verkinderen and Edoardo Tibuzzi.
2017Co-Author of paper “The 2016 Serpentine Pavilion: A Case Study in Large-Scale GFRP Structural Design and Assembly”.
Published in “Fabricate: Rethinking Design & Construction” (2017 – UCL Press), and presented at “Fabricate 2017” Conference.
Paper was co-written with my AKT colleagues James Kingman and Ricardo Baptista, and presented by James and colleague Edoardo Tibuzzi.

2014Paper on “The Mobile Orchard: Growing Ergonomic, Edible, Aerial Datascapes"
Published in "Fabricate: Negotiating Design and Making" (2014 – UCL Press), and presented at "Fabricate 2014" conference.
I was Project Leader on this project, and contributed text to this paper by Alex Haw (Atmos). The project was presented by Alex.
2007"Scratching the Surface"
Extracts from MArch thesis were published in this Springer Press publication. In collaboration with NewTecnic facade designers.

2021Attendee at ACADIA 2021 Workshop: "Co-Crochet: Computing Stitches"
Online event.
A 2 day workshop exploring how the manual process of crocheting can be combined with digital design and patterning scripts produced in Rhino+Grasshopper. The event was run by Benay Gürsoy, Cemal Koray Bingöl and Özgüç Bertuğ Çapunaman.
Attendee at Rhino.Inside.Revit course
Online event.
A 2 day workshop on using Rhino.Inside to build workflows between Rhino, GH and Revit.Building. Run by Deyan Nenov and SimplyRhino.
2020Attendee at IaaC Global Summer School 2020
Online event.
A week-long workshop on Building Information Modelling and collaborative workflows in AEC, run by Paul Poinet. More information here.
Attendee at IstructE 'Understanding Structural Behaviour' Course
Online event.
Course led by Dr. David Brohn and Tim Lai.
2019Attendee at the iStructE 'Digital Design & Computation' Conference 2019
London, UK.
2018Attendee at ‘Optimization-Driven Conceptual Structural Design’ Workshop
London, UK.
Half-day event run by Matthew Gilbert and Paul Shepherd, both working within the interdisciplinary group Build-Opt.
2015Attendee at ‘Design Modelling Symposium’ 2015 Conference & Workshop
Copenhagen, Denmark.
Workshop on 'Designing, Simulating and Making Light Composite-Fibre Structures' was run by Mathias Gmachl (, Daniel Piker (Kangaroo), John Harding, Will Pearson and Kristjan Plagborg Nielsen.
2014Attendee at ‘Advances in Architectural Geometry’ 2014 Conference & Workshop
London, UK
Workshop on 'Double-Curved Surface Grid Structures' was run by Raul Kalvo (CityForm Lab).
2013Attendee at 2 week ‘Force-Based Design’ Workshop
Bauhaus Summerschool, Weimar, Germany
Course led by Prof. Dr. Alexander Stahr (HTWK Leipzig) and Dipl.-Ing. Christian Heidenreich (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar).
2012Attendee at ‘Panelling and Geometric Optimization of Freeform Envelopes’ Workshop
London, UK
Workshop run by Florin Isvoranu (Evolute).
2011Attendee at ‘Generative Design for Robotic Manufacture’ Workshop
London, UK
Workshop run by Gregory Epps (RoboFold) and Daniel Piker (Kangaroo).

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