BSc (Hons) DipArch MArch ARB
Tom studied at the University of Bath, Technishe Universität München and Glasgow School of art, graduating in 2006. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2013 to work on 54-57 Great Marlborough Street, a mixed use project comprising office space (new and refurbished), retail units and high end residential apartments sited around a new public courtyard in the heart of Soho.
Currently he is also developing the detailed design for the re-modelling of an arrival and entrance space to a high profile office in Victoria and has been involved in a number of completion submissions including a large commercial led master plan outside Cambridge.
Before joining Eric Parry Architects, Tom spent 5 years working at Long & Kentish Architects as project architect on a number of intricate refurbishments of listed public buildings including Durlston Castle and Porthcurno Telegraph Museum.
Prior to this Tom has worked on a number of master plans and large scale housing projects in London and Scotland at Karakusevic Cason and JM Architects respectively. Tom has spent time teaching at Glasgow School of art and Kent School of Architecture and remains a visiting critic at Kent.