London Joined in 2006 BA (Hons) DipArch, Kingston University, London
Edward is the Director of the London studio having worked in practice for over twenty-five years. He is involved in the project planning and management of every project in the London office.
Edward has also led and overseen many large residential projects through various stages of development, both in the UK and in Ireland. Recently Edward led the conversion and refurbishment of the first phase of the conversion of historic railway works in Swindon to serviced office space and the extension to the States Archive in Jersey.
Previously he led the development of a major new exhibition and conference centre and adjacent waterfront hotel in Bergen, Norway. He was also the associate in charge of the refurbishment of former workshops to office space in Farringdon and the listed former railway offices at Great Central House, Marylebone Station in London, which was shortlisted for a British Council for Offices Award.
Edward previously worked with Neil Deely and David Prichard at MJP Architects. There he was the project architect for Phase 2 of the Redevelopment of Broadcasting House for the BBC, and led several post-student housing schemes for Oxford and Cambridge universities. Prior to that he worked at Koetter Kim & Associates on public realm and residential projects at Canary Wharf.
Edward is also Professional Examiner at his alma mater Kingston University. He is also a published illustrator.