Nick trained at the University of Nottingham where his education culminated in a Master of Architecture. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2013 and was made an Associate Director of the practice in 2015.
Nick has expertise in a broad range of project sectors and procurement types and has led design, consultant and specialist teams at all RIBA stages. He has also had the unique opportunity to work with the UK Government to lead vital humanitarian initiatives, including post-disaster housing and sustainable schools.
Currently, Nick is Project Architect for Kidderpoore Avenue; a large complex residential re-development in the Frognal Fitzjohn Conservation Area in Hampstead. Leading the project from planning to completion, it involves 14 diverse buildings totalling 155 new homes across a one hectare site, and includes the sensitive repair and conversion of four Arts and Crafts houses into luxury apartments, the re-use of a former library into a residential block, 7 new residential blocks, a private bespoke house and a new School for the Hampstead School of Art.
Nick has consolidated his role at the practice with further professional qualifications; he is a certified RIBA Conservation Architect, an accredited LEED Green Associate, holds the RIBA Certificate in Construction Project Management and is a member of the Association for Project Management.