Matthew joined the MSA in 2017 having previously worked in the profession for over a decade. His research is primarily concerned with post-1945 architectural practices in relation to the adaptation and adaptive reuse of historic buildings whether for social, economic, or environmental reasons.


Academic and professional qualifications

PhD in Arts and Social Sciences (The Open University)
MA (by Research) in Architecture (Manchester Metropolitan University)
PG Dip in Architectural Practice (University of Lincolnshire & Humberside)
BA (Hons) in Architecture (University of Lincolnshire & Humberside)

Postgraduate teaching

MA Architecture & Urbanism (Theory)
MA Architecture (Dissertations)
MA Planning (Dissertations)