I began my structural engineering career in 2008 as a Specialist Seismic Design Engineer at a large international consulting firm in London. I was involved in a number of tall building projects in medium to high seismic areas outside of the UK – these projects developed my experience and drive for engineering. During this time, projects I worked on in London included the Battersea Power Station Phase 1 and the Media Centre for the 2012 Olympics.
I joined CampbellReith’s London office in 2016 as a Senior Engineer, and was promoted to Associate in 2018, working on a broad range of projects across different sectors and building types. Since joining CampbellReith, I have been involved in a number of challenging projects in both new build and refurbishment. Recently, projects include Canada Court, a large residential development adjacent to Wembley Stadium in North London, and the refurbishment of Candlewick House, a ten-story office building in Central London.
I am particularly interested in tall building structures. My previous experience in tall buildings included projects in the Middle East and Asia. I am also interested in earthquake engineering and structural dynamics.
Outside of engineering
Outside of work, I am a keen tennis player. I am also interested in travelling and photography.