Danielle Hewitt

Managing research across the School, working on the development of Cass Culture short courses.

Danielle Hewitt  


Danielle manages research activities across London Met's Schools of Art, Architecture and Design. She joined the Projects Office in 2015 where she works on initiatives to support researchers at The Cass and promote the impact and dissemination of research. As a member of the Research and Enterprise Committee, Danielle supports and implements research strategy and is part of the awarding panel for research funding at The Cass.

Under Cass Culture, Danielle is part of a team introducing a new series of non-accredited short courses aimed at practitioners and researchers throughout The Cass disciplines. 

Danielle has a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College and an MA in Architectural History from the Bartlett, University College London (UCL). Danielle has worked across the disciplines of art, architecture and design in a number of roles including teaching and management of the V&A + RIBA Collections, and development of educational provision including a programme of public engagement at the Sir John Soane's Museum. Danielle is an Associate Lecturer in Architectural Design at Oxford Brookes University and formerly co-ran the Architectural Association's Night School programme.