Amy Butt
Education
2011-2012 Westminster University: PGDip Architecture (RIBA Part III)
2008-2010 Westminster University: PGDip Architecture (RIBA Part II)
2004-2007 Cardiff University: BSc Architecture (RIBA Part I)

Work
2017-present bpr Architects: Consultant Architect and Client Advisor
2016-present Brighton University: Architectural Design Studio Tutor
2017 Tate Britain: Public Engagement Short Course Leader
2011–2017 bpr Architects: Associate Director. Including: Project Architect for £13m Ritterman Science and Technology Centre
2015-2016 Newcastle University: Architectural Design Studio Tutor
2010-2011 Open City: Education Intern for Architecture in Schools
2007-2008 Capita Symonds: Part I Architectural Assistant. Including: Lead Designer for £6.5m Sevenfields primary school

Bio
Amy is an architect and client advisor, lecturer and design tutor in architecture, and independent researcher. She has a passionate interest in education building design, with a strong belief in the importance of wider consultation and narrative communication, to create spaces which can engage and inspire all users of the built environment.
Visit amyvictoriabutt.com

Catriona Mole
Education
2009-2012 Brighton University: MArch Architecture (RIBA Part II)
Thesis project: Collaborative Town Centre featured in Architect’s Journal
2004-2007 Cardiff University: BSc Architecture (RIBA Part I)
2003-2004 Accademia Italiana, Florence: Graphic Design & Visual Communication

Work
2012-present Barr Gazetas: Part II architectural assistant. Marketing and publication design including, practice style guide
2007-2009 Eger Architects: Part I architectural assistant. Various public and community orientated projects

Experience
2012 Mostyn Gallery: Shortlisted for Christmas window display competition
2012 Con2tens - Brighton Architecture Graduates book: Design, production and funding procurement
2011 Oriel Ynys Môn: Exhibition design and construction assistant
2011 Brixton Futures, Brick Box: Design, contributor, presentation speaker
2011 A23 - Architectural Fanzine: Editor in chief and contributor
2010 Christmas Bazaar, The Barbican Centre: Installation exhibitor

David Roberts
Education
2011-2016 Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL: PhD in Architectural Design
Thesis: Make Public: Performing public housing in regenerating east London
2008-2011 Urban Lab, UCL: MSc Urban Studies
2003-2006 University of Birmingham: BA Geography

Work
2016-present Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL: Architectural History & Theory Tutor
2016-present Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL: Research Ethics Fellow
2012-present Fugitive Images: Member of collaborative art practice
2012-present Architectural Association, Central St Martins, Chelsea College of Art, Queen Mary University of London, University of Brighton, University of East London: Visiting lecturer, critic, and external reviewer
2012-2015 Urban Lab, UCL: Course Tutor

Bio
David uses poetry and performance to explore the relation between people and place. His collaborative research, art and cultural activist practice engages community groups whose homes and livelihoods are under threat from urban policy. He has exhibited, lectured and published work related to public housing, architecture, critical methodologies and site-specific practice. Visit davidjamesroberts.com

Ceri Williams
Education
2014-2016 Westminster University: Diploma Architecture (RIBA Part III)
2009-2011 Royal College of Art: MA Architecture (RIBA Part II)
Dissertation: The Role of the Architect in Direct Action
2004-2007 Cardiff University: BSc Architecture (RIBA Part I)

Work
2015-2017 Aldworth James & Bond: Project Architect
2015-2016 Newcastle University: Architectural Design Studio Tutor
2013-2015 Asif Khan Ltd: Part II Architectural Assistant
2012-2013 Micro Macro Games: Art Director, Illustrator and Level Designer
2011-2012 Louise Crossman Architects: Part II Architectural Assistant
2007-2009 Toh Shimazaki Architecture: Part I Architectural Assistant

Bio
Ceri is an independent designer based between London and North Wales. His work includes small scale architectural commissions, product development and computer game design and illustration. Alongside practice he is an architectural tutor, most recently running a studio at Newcastle University. Visit ceriwilliams.org