Systems Designer + Researcher
Working across the fields of urbanism, architecture and policies reform, I focus on the issues of climate justice and migration, and the exploration of materials, crafts and participatory spatial practices. My background is in architecture and urban design, having completed my BA(Hons) Architecture at Central St Martins and MPhil MArch at the University of Cambridge (RIBA Part I+II). I am co-director of earthrise.works and currently on site in Péten, Guatemala.
Awards and positions: Young Scholar at Resilience Alliance | 2022 RIBA Silver Medal Nominee | 2022 Morgan Sindall Prize Winner | 2021 RIBA Wren Scholar and Bursary Winner | 2021 Research Scholar at the Centre for Inter-American and Border Studies | 2019 RIBA President’s Medal Commendation Winner | 2019 Spatial Practices Contribution Award Winner | 2018 British Council Venice Biennale Fellow
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You’ll more often than not find me designing on fieldwork, writing overly long essays, teaching or hands deep in straw and clay. I am currently working on research on Borderlands and Climate Mobilities in Central America and the US-Mexico Border ︎︎︎ (2020-). The project was supported by the Martin Research Center and received a scholarship from the RIBA and Wren Association, and was recently awarded the Morgan Sindall prize and a RIBA Silver Medal nomination. Our latest project is located in Péten, Guatemala. We are currently looking for donors, partners and collaborators for the project. If you’re interested or would like to discover more about the project, click here ︎︎︎.