I live and work in Monmouth and I have worked here since 2009. I design my own projects on small-scale developments, and accept projects large and small for a select number of clients.
I moved to Monmouth in 2005, when initially I took a sabbatical from running a conventional architectural practice in London. Before 2005, I worked as a partner in Drury Browne Architects; formed in 1995 in Ealing, West London, and moving to a Fulham studio in 2000; operating as both a two-man practice and as a larger office with a team of staff.
I trained in university in Cardiff in the late 1980s and completed my professional exams in the University of Westminster in the 1990s. You will find me on the Architects Registration Board at arb.org.uk
Only registered architects are legally allowed to use the title ‘architect’ in business or practice.
(ARB - Architects Registration Board - is the statutory independent public interest body established by Parliament under the Architects Act 1997 to regulate the UK architects’ profession in the public interest. Anyone wishing to use the services of an architect should check the Register of Architects at www.architects-register.org.uk.)
I am also a member of the 'Association For Environment Conscious Building' (AECB).