Studied at University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture and the Slade School of Art. Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Royal Town Planning Institute and the British Sociological Association.
Worked with Maxwell Fry on West African and Indian architectural projects and won the competition for the planning of the Royal Burgh of Dumbarton.
Principal Lecturer at Hornsey College of Art 1960 - 1970
Tutor at the Architectural Association 1970 - 1973
Lecturer at University College London 1973 - 1988
Visiting Faculty and Lecturer:
Sweden - Universities of Stockholm, Gothenberg and Lund
USA - Universities of Cincinnati and Kansas
Australia - Universities of Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, St Lucia, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart
New Zealand - Universities of Auckland and Wellington
Canada - University of Vancouver
Nigeria - Auchi Polytechnic
Ireland - University College Dublin
UK - Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Liverpool, Bradford, Brighton, Kingston, North London and Hull.
Beatrix Potter's House
Travelled also in China, Indai, Japan, Pacific Islands, Scandinavia and Europe. Published 'A Sketch Book of the World' in 1994 (ISBN 0-9524557-0-6) and 'The Hedgers', a children's book enjoyed by adults, in 2005 (ISBN 0-9524557-3-0).
Paintings, Drawings and Prints exhibited:
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
World Federation of Miniaturists
Royal West of England Academy
The Mall Galleries
Libby Edwards Gallery, Australia
Statements Gallery, New Zealand
Exhibited 80 pictures made in Nigeria at the Mackintosh School of Art in Glasgow and the Universities of London and Lund.
Exhibited 120 pictures of early English parish churches at Petworth House as part of the National Trust Centenary celebrations.