Matthew trained at the University of Brighton and Oxford Brookes University. In addition to his architectural training he has maintained a commitment to research whilst in practice and has completed an MSc in Housing and Urban Development at Oxford Brookes and an MPHil in Environmental Design in Architecture at Cambridge University. Matthew joined Allies and Morrison in 2006 and became a Director of the practice in 2015.
Matthew has led residential and education schemes of various scales and across all projects stages. He was Project Architect for the St Andrews masterplan in East London, a new residential-led mixed-use scheme and for the first phase of the masterplan, which was awarded a Brick Award for Best Residential Development. Additionally, Matthew was Project Architect for a new academy school for 925 pupils in Southwark.
Currently, Matthew is working on a residential scheme in North London for 2000 new homes, new public parks, a primary school, community facilities and pedestrian bridges on a 14 hectare site.
Matthew is a qualified member of the RIBA Conservation Architects Register and a qualified member of the Association for Project Management. He has been directly involved in the practice’s pro-bono work, recently completing a community training centre for a charity in Malawi.