Tom graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 1996 with a first class BA Hons degree in Interior Design and joined Stanton Williams on leaving University.
Since then he has worked on a number of high profile award-winning projects including Bourne Hill Offices for Salisbury District Council, which involved the refurbishment of a Grade II listed house and an adjoining new office building in landscaped gardens; the Millennium Seedbank for the Royal Botanic Gardens; visitor facilities and re-landscaping at Tower Hill, the Tower of London, for Historic Royal Palaces; a new headquarters building for Cadburys in Bournville; Compton Verney Art Gallery in Warwickshire and a new School of Social Sciences for City University in London.
Tom has also worked on a wide range of exhibitions including the permanent exhibition at Compton Verney, a temporary exhibition at the Barbican entitled Seduced and a landmark exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts entitled Bronze.
Recent work has included the creation of new gallery spaces within the Musée d’Art de Nantes, a comprehensive renovation of the Beaux Art museum and 5800m2 extension for the display of twenty-first century art and Kings Cross Square, a new public square to the front of Kings Cross Station in London and the recently completed Royal Opera House’s ‘open up’ project, for which he was Project Associate.
Tom is currently Project Associate on the Belvedere Building within the South Bank Place development, a new residential development on the banks of the River Thames, London.