Since completing my Masters in Histories and Theories of Architecture at the Architectural Association in 2010, I have lectured at the London School of Architecture, the CASS, the University of Brighton and the Architectural Association, where, for the past decade, I have been running a weekly seminar that encourages students to explore various forms of writing and critical perspectives on architectural practice and city making.

I was previously the head of research and communication at the London-based practice DSDHA from 2015-19. As a studio which is not only involved in architecture and urban design, but whose endeavours range from education, policy and advocacy as well as the production of publications and reports, I led research on projects including an in-depth study of the future of London’s mobility — the outcome of a 2-year Research Fellowship in the Built Environment I was awarded in 2015 by the Royal Commission for The Exhibition of 1851.

I have presented my work within different settings, such as the DoCoMoMo and the Society of Architectural Historians’ annual conferences, the RIBA and the Royal Academy of Arts. Moreover my writings on emergent and historical design practices have been featured in AA Files, AD, Dezeen and Blueprint as well as in the books Real Estates: Life Without Debt (Bedford Press, 2014) and Erasmus Effect (MAXXI/Quodlibet, 2013).

Most recently, I have co-edited an issue of AD titled The Business of Research: Knowledge and Learning Redefined in Architectural Practice (Wiley, 2019) as well as Architects After Architecture: Alternative Pathways for Practice (Routledge, 2020) — a book which traces the broader applicability of architectural thinking beyond the making buildings and towards addressing the multiple systemic crises of our time: from the climate emergency to extreme social inequality.

I am currently editing an English language collection of works by the distinguished Italian architect, editor, educator and proselytiser Ernesto Nathan Rogers, which will be published by MIT Press in 2022. The project is being supported by a Publication Grant by the Graham Foundation as well as a Research Publications Fellowships awarded by the AA in 2021.