Brandon studied architecture at Kingston University in London and graduated with honours in 2015. His thesis project focused upon the interplay of spaces and thresholds, through the design of a visitor centre and hotel for Hadrian’s Wall.
He has previously worked for short spells at a small architectural studio, receiving commendation for the CIAT Alan King Award in 2014. Through his experiences and education so far, Brandon has developed a keen interest for contemporary design and the tectonics qualities of architecture.
Since joining Stanley Bragg in Autumn 2015 as a RIBA Part 1 Architectural Assistant, he has worked on a variety of projects, at different stages, and developed his understanding of Revit through the company’s regular internal workshops. He is gaining experience in a number of areas that are key for his progression towards becoming a fully-qualified architect.
Outside of the office, Brandon enjoys visiting exhibitions and live music with friends. He likes to photograph architecture too.