I studied History, English Literature and International Relations in Dresden, Berlin and Cambridge. Following this, I initiated a range of projects in London, investigating how the built environment can be used as a catalyst for public engagement. I co-founded and ran projects including Bold Tendencies and Frank’s Cafe and independent interventions at the Venice Biennale (Peckham Pavilion, 2009, and Palazzo Peckham, 2013).
I work with architectural design teams on the use of commercial space and development strategies and initiates collaborations between commercial and public bodies to create situations of mutual learning. Recent project awards include NLA overall winner 2017 and AJ Masterplan shortlist 2018.