Mark trained at Canterbury School of Architecture and the University of Westminster. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2005 and became a Director to the practice in 2015
Mark has worked on a series of large-scale projects with a particular focus on cladding. His interest in cladding lies both in the technical aspect of its design and in the art and scale involved in its composition, forming one of the most important aesthetic elements of a building.
Recently, Mark acted as Project Architect for the Maurice Wohl Institute for which Allies and Morrison were appointed to design the external envelope. Mark also worked on the New Court Rothchilds Bank in the City of London, working with OMA to develop their existing façade design.
Currently, Mark is working on two high rise residential developments: The International Quarter – two residential towers in close proximity to the Olympic Stadium and part of the Olympic Legacy Development; and Two Fifty One – a 40-storey residential tower in the Elephant and Castle, London.