Michael is an Architect based in the practice’s Bath office and has worked across a variety of creative reuse and new build projects, predominantly in the higher education and cultural sectors. Michael is involved with the Richard Feilden Foundation and is currently leading a project in the remote Ankarafa forest in Madagascar, delivering a new self-sufficient research facility for Bristol Zoo.
Prior to joining the practice, Michael graduated from Bath University, where his final thesis received the European Architecture Medal and nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal. He was also awarded the RIBA Wessex Design Prize, 3D Reid Prize and shortlisted for the Archiprix Top Graduate in the World Prize. He is a teaching fellow of Architecture at the University of Bath and Associate Lecturer in Architecture at the University of the West of England.