I lead on RIBA’s public programme of talks and events, leading on curating our keynote RIBA+ VitrA talks series and all exhibition related programming. Get in touch to collaborate or share your ideas! Having studied architecture at both University College Dublin and The University of Cambridge, graduating with First Class Honours and 2019 RIBA President Medal nominations for both my Design Thesis and Dissertation at Masters level.
I lead on RIBA’s public programme of talks and events, leading on curating our keynote RIBA+ VitrA talks series and all exhibition related programming. I also co-ordinate the exhibitions programme in the RIBA Practice Space, which is an exhibition space available for hire in our HQ building in central London. Our keynote RIBA + VitrA talks series features a number of high profile international speakers who have been delivering talks in London, across the UK and Istanbul. Recently we have started to host this programme digitally in response to the global lockdown, which has allowed our audience for this talks series to expand beyond the UK. Recently I have led on the commissioning of RIBA's first virtual reality exhibition FREESTYLE, part of our digital programming in response to lockdown. Part of this role was leading on delivering RIBA's first live from VR event , which was simultaneously streamed from RIBA and E-Flux.
My role was to support the Directors across our whole public programme of events on architecture, from small walking tours to sell out lectures at the Barbican. Specific projects in which I had a leadership role include a brand new self-published book on housing, co-ordinating the tours programme, an inter-school programme of crits (or reviews) with three schools of architecture, alongside chairing the jury for the 2019 Antepavilion competition, which received nearly 200 entries.