BSc(Hons) MSc Arch. MSt (Cantab) MCIAT
Chris' growing reputation as one of the lead designers in Cambridge is a result of his intuitive approach. Fully chartered, involved in the LABC User Panel, a regional member of CIAT, the CFCI and a panel member of the South Cambridgeshire District Council Design Review Panel, Chris enjoys playing an influential role in shaping the future landscape of this historic city.
Chris chose Sheffield Hallam University, a leading institution in the field of sustainability, to fulfil his early interest in the discipline. Having gained a BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology, his passion for ongoing development and excellence inspired him to study an MSc Architecture: Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies at the Centre for Alternative Technology, Europe's leading research hub, which he completed in 2009. Chris’ ongoing commitment has led to his recent venture of completing a further Masters programme; MSt: Building History at the University of Cambridge under the direction of Dr. Adam Menuge.
As an aspiring designer, Chris' early entrepreneurial leadership was recognised and encouraged by the Rotary Club. His involvement with the organisation remains strong today, as Chris now holds a full Rotary Club membership and is becoming increasingly involved in their wide ranging projects.
Chris' other interests, which take him from skiing and mountaineering the Alps to yacht racing the Solent, reflect his ambitious and dedicated attitude to all aspects of life.