Caroline joined the practice in 2012 and has since worked on a number of higher education projects including the David Keir Student Hub and Auditorium at Queen’s University Belfast and The House at Plymouth University. She has experience across various sectors, with expertise in the arts and cultural sectors.
Prior to joining the practice she has worked on a number of high-profile projects including, as Project Architect, the RIBA National Award-winning Turner Contemporary Gallery in Margate (David Chipperfield Architects) and the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Arabic Art and Galleries as part of the Qasr al Hosn cultural quarter in Abu Dhabi (Austin-Smith:Lord.) She also has experience working with Grade I listed buildings, including the contemporary extension and renovation of Fellows Parlour at Trinity College, Cambridge (Ian Simpson Architects).
In 2005, as part of a three-person collaborative, she was a shortlisted finalist in the RIBA/Urban Splash international competition for the strategic masterplanning of the Morecambe Promenade site, adjacent to the iconic Midland Hotel.
Beyond architecture, her interests extend to wider fields of design and construction, in particular the realm of puppetry where she has gained experience at leading animatronics and special effects studios. She is also interested in early Christian and Byzantine architecture and has presented papers at the University of Oxford and Queens’ University Belfast, based on her research into the iconographic programmes of the early churches of Rome.
Caroline studied architecture at the University of Cambridge and the Bartlett School of Architecture.