I have taught architecture for the last 18 years, and am currently an Associate Professor of Architecture at the Kingston School of Art. Until recently I was the Head of the Department of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University, London [currently on research sabbatical]. I have previously been the Associate Head of Kingston’s School of Architecture and Landscape, the Course Director for both the Graduate Diploma Architecture (RIBA Part 2) and the BA(Hons) Architecture (RIBA Part 1) courses at Kingston, and have taught Undergraduate and Postgraduate architecture courses at the University of Portsmouth and Kingston University.

I previously taught undergraduate design at Kingston with Will Burges of 31/44 Architects, and Dr Alessandro Zambelli.

Within my work as an architectural educator, I teach students to consider how the transdisciplinary techniques developed though my practice-led research may form part of their expanded representational repertoire.