Teagan is a designer, researcher and technician at the B.15 Modelmaking Workshop, with a background in situated critical design, material fabrication and architectural design. He was previously a Research Assistant at Periscope, London, producing work focused on regenerative materials, public green & open space metrics and ecological representation. Before that, he held roles in various workshops as both assistants and technicians. He is the founder of the Unknown Gestures Department, a research and design platform for exploring ecological notation, process driven work and situated fabrication; and is a Researcher at The New Centre for Research & Practice.

Teagan received his Master's in Situated Practice with Merit from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, and holds a BA in Architecture with a minor in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Teagan is keen to help students develop situated projects across the workshop and leading CNC related requests