I lecture in architectural history and theory in the Faculty of Architecture. My doctoral thesis (Bartlett School of Architecture) and continuing research interests focus on modern-era monastic architecture and my work in this field was shortlisted for the RIBA Presidents Award for Research, 2016. My forthcoming volume, co-edited with Dr Ayla Lepine, is entitled 'Modern Architecture for Religious Communities, 1850-1970: Building the Kingdom' and I am also co-editor, with Ayla Lepine of the Routledge series, 'Religion, Architecture and Visual Culture'. I have served on the education sub-committee of the SAHGB and currently serve on the Twentieth Century Society casework committee.
I have taught a number of undergraduate modules at both Westminster and Queen Mary, University of London on architecture from the early modern period to the present day.I teach and supervise dissertations on the MArch History and Theory module at Westminster. I also lecture on the V&A 'Art and the City' course.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.