2nd Year Student
I am a British student, currently studying architecture at the University of Kent in Canterbury.
On this website, you can expect to find my designs from throughout my education since the age of 16, as well as artwork and other non-architecture design projects.
This project was the final project of Stage 1. The brief for this commercial building, included landscaping a real-life site in Canterbury and designing spaces to exhibit artwork from a variety of artists as well as a café, bookshop, bridge and various other components.
2020 Olympic Climbing Centre
For the first time, climbing will be in the olympic games in Tokyo 2020. This inspired me to design a public space where spectators could watch the games live and also participate in the Olympic spirit by climbing the exterior facade of the building.
This design was for the digital module of Stage 1. Using 'Rhino', I modelled the emissive seat light and the 3 canopies that shelter the bridge. During this module, we were taught how render using VRay and add entourage in Photoshop.
From an early age my father, a highly skilled carpenter, took me to building sites and taught me how to use his tools effectively, efficiently and safely. I developed a delight in quality, innovation and practical designs and construction. I have observed, experienced and enjoyed successful and effective team-work through communication and co-operation between architect, engineer, main contractor and each specialist trade that contribute to a successful project.
ONE OF MY HOBBIES IS URBAN SKETCHING WHILST TRAVELLING.
This started in my first year. Every week, we were taken on a 3-hour weekly drawing session around campus or the City of Canterbury to draw from observation. Since then, I have been sketching in Barcelona, Lisbon and London and wish to continue this series.
I HAVE ALSO COMPLETED COMMISSION ART!
Feel free to email or message me on my Instagram if you wish to hire me!
You can view my work from the link below or check out more of my previous work in the 'Education' section.
I have been pursuing a career in architecture since the beginning of high school. This prompted which GCSEs and A Level subjects I took and I stayed focused throughout in order to continue my path to university.
Whilst taking my A levels, it quickly became clear where my strengths and passion were. I became absorbed in 3D design, one of my subjects, and devoted all my free time to these projects. My genuine enthusiasm lead to me attaining 100% of the available marks for the coursework and exam projects.