I'm a designer focused on the intersection of architecture, urban design, and technology. I'm experienced in all phases of architectural design, from concept design through to construction administration, although much of my recent work has centered on larger-scale planning projects. I have worked with notable design firms in Germany, China, the UK, the USA, as well as my native Ireland.
I hold a Master of Architecture degree from University College Dublin and a Postgraduate Diploma in Achitectural Practice from the University of Westminster, London. I am a Registered Architect in the UK and Ireland and a Certified WEDG Professional.
I'm based in New York City, where I work at Cooper Robertson. Projects I'm currently involved in include a master plan for a new mixed-use affordable housing development in Flatbush, Brooklyn, as well as design of the new Princeton University Art Museum, in collaboration with Adjaye Associates.
In my spare time, I pursue my interests in urbanism and technology as a Fellow of the Urban Design Forum, and through contract work at Envelope, an urban mapping startup formed out of SHoP Architects.