I am an Australian urban strategist, currently based in Melbourne. Most recently, I spent four years in Zürich at the interdisciplinary design practice Urban-Think Tank, working on a range of research, design, exhibition, and media projects focused on housing and inclusive urban development in Europe, Latin America, and sub-Saharan Africa.

Previously, following graduate studies in Geneva and Boston, I was involved in an early stage print and digital media start-up dedicated to in-depth coverage of international affairs and global policy. I began my career in Canberra, serving as a foreign policy advisor with the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 

As the recipient of a 2018 Richard Rogers Fellowship from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, I am currently exploring scalable alternative development models for affordable housing, with a particular focus on strategies to marry innovations in financing with the application of new digital technologies.