Tommy is a practicing Architect with over 10 years’ experience and a diverse portfolio of place-specific, design / research led projects across several sectors. He has a keen interest in collaborative working methods and is experienced in working with a broad range of stakeholders on challenging projects - developing and delivering consultation workshops for both client bodies and community groups.

Having worked with small and medium sized award-winning practices throughout his career, Tommy has recently joined Mott MacDonald, a large multidisciplinary engineering company, delivering an expanded range of unique typologies. Working within a multidisciplinary environment has allowed Tommy to work closely and collaboratively with designers and engineers across all facets of the built environment.

Tommy completed his studies at Manchester School of Architecture before qualifying as an Architect. He previously worked as a tutor and visiting critic at Manchester School of Architecture before joining PRAXXIS in 2022.

Tommy enjoys skateboarding and the way forgotten urban and suburban spaces are reappropriated as ‘DIY’ skateparks. In 2020 Tommy submitted ideas for skateable urban interventions - ‘Skate Dots’ within the Olympic Park in London. His ‘Ghost Dot’, designed in reference to site’s historic use as a soap factory opened in 2022.