Angie trained in urban geography at McGill University in Montreal and architecture at the University of British Columbia in Canada. She obtained her professional qualifications at the Bartlett School of Architecture where she was awarded the Ross Jamieson Award for top marks. She joined Allies and Morrison in 2004 after working in Vancouver and became a Director of the practice in 2016.
Over the last fifteen years, Angie has designed and led housing, hotel, commercial and retail projects. She has experience in leading design teams and helping clients navigate through the different dimensions of major projects.
Past projects include a retail scheme in Liverpool, various mixed-use schemes in London, a luxury residential scheme in Beirut and a country house hotel with spa in a reinstated Victorian landscape near Manchester. As project architect, Angie also delivered St Paul’s Place 2, a Grade A office building in Sheffield for the practice. Currently, Angie is working on the designs for residential schemes in Wandsworth and Greenwich.
Angie has been involved in the research and development of the hotels compendium, an internal guide for the practice and is also part of the practice housing group. She has continued her studies with courses from the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.