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I am a disability activist and rising voice in architecture and the creative industries. As a blind woman I draw on my lived experience, talking regularly on inclusive design and accessibility, including on BBC Radio 4 and The Guardian. Since studying at Central Saint Martins I have worked on a range of high profile projects spanning architecture, film, art and design, most being nominated for the Design Museum’s Manifestos: Architecture for a New Generation.


My lived experience as a blind woman gives me a particular interest and expertise in the politics of inclusive design, architecture’s tendency to fixate on the visual rather than the experiential and the accessibility of architecture education.

Whilst working as an architectural assistant at DSDHA, I have worked across a broad range of projects from a large commercial development to public realm improvements mainly in the early RIBA stages. I am in my second year teaching a Design Think Tank at the London School of Architecture, focussing on spatial justice. I was also part of the DSDHA research team investigating Retrofitting Cultural Buildings for Future Observatory and DCMS.

I work with the Disordinary Architecture Project, on a number of projects including as an organiser, tutor and founder participant on the Architecture Beyond Sight course at the Bartlett, UCL run by the DisOrdinary Architecture Project. The course is a foundation-level intensive study week for blind and visually impaired creatives hoping to pursue a career in architecture.I was also part of the DisOrdinary+ReFabricate team on the London Festival of Architecture 2023 ‘Co-designing Equity in the Public Realm’ competition. Our project ‘Seats at the Table’ showcased the intersections between sustainability and disability, through working with disabled artists and built environment professionals as well as mainstream and SEN students between the ages of 7-21 to create a installation in the City of London in June 2023.

Since July 2023, I have been a Young Trustee of the Architecture Foundation, as part of this I am part of a team developing design guidance for Inclusive Playspaces.

I am a curator for the upcoming 2024 London Festival of Architecture.

Speaking and Media

I am a regular speaker on subjects around disability and the built environment and have spoken at the Bartlett (UCL)the Architectural Association, Walmer Yard and the London Build Expo. Additionally I have been featured on BBC Radio 4, in the Guardian and Architects Journal.

Accessibility in Film and Content

Aside from my work in architecture I am part of a project with Find It Film to make the sport and adventure film world more inclusive and accessible. As a team we hosted the first accessible film screening and multiple accessibility workshops at the Kendal Mountain Festival (November 2022), gave a presentation to the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival (February 2023) and ran film screenings and workshops at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (March 2023). We have also created ‘Accessibility — shifting the culture in sports and adventure filmmaking’ a guide to creating accessible films/content tailored to the sport and adventure film community.


BA(Hons) Architecture at Central Saint Martins, UAL

During my time at university I was Vice President of the Architecture Society CSM and Disabled Students Rights and Political Coordinator at Disabled Intersectional Voices in the Arts (DIVA) UAL. I also represented the University in the London Architecture Schools Collective (LASC), which later became Peer Review in which I was an Organiser and Facilitator.


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