Training & Qualifications:
B. Arch. (Hons), Dip. Arch., R.I.A.S., R.I.B.A
at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art
Graduated in 1998 and became a fully qualified Chartered Architect in November 2000 with full registration as a Chartered Architect with ARB, RIAS & RIBA in January 2001.
Establishment of Practice:
Established architectural practice as a sole trader in January 2009 with Chartered Architectural Practice status with RIAS.
South West Scotland, occasionally further afield.
Chair & Director of ‘All Roads Lead to Whithorn’, a Community Development Trust.
Involved on a voluntary basis in several community groups and organisations such as:
Chairperson of Whithorn Primary School Parent Council
St Ninian’s Priory Congregational Board member
Committee member of Day of the Region
and a member of Creative Whithorn
- Shortlisted for a design award in the Small Works category by Glasgow Institute of Architects for Woodside, Wigtown in 2012
- Woodside, Wigtown featured in the RIAS Awards booklet 2013
- Commended by The Scottish Civic Trust with the My Places Awards for the Whithorn Roundhouse in 2017
- Shortlisted for the Zero Waste Scotland Resource Efficiency Award with the Whithorn Roundhouse at the RIAS Awards 2017 and featured in their Awards booklet
- Finalist & runner up in the Scottish Home Improvement Awards 2017; category Best Architects Practice
- Awarded Best Rural Design Firm – Dumfries & Galloway and BUILD Excellence Award for Agricultural Building Design in the BUILD 2017 Sustainable Building Awards
- Finalist in Scottish Home Improvement Awards 2018
- Finalist in Scottish Home Improvement Awards; Best Architects Practice 2019
- Dumfries & Galloway Council Design Award 2019; commendation for category of residential; works to an existing building at 12 Old Village, Castle Kennedy
- Dumfries & Galloway Council Design Awards 2019; special commendation for reconstruction in category of non-residential building project for The Roundhouse, Whithorn