At the Projects Office, Jen works with Architecture, Design and Fine Art studios to curate, instigate and develop community art and architecture projects for the office.
At the Projects Office, Jen is working across the Architecture, Design and Fine Art clusters to curate, instigate and develop community art and architecture projects. She also teaches with Architecture Technology and Studio 3.
Recent Projects Office work has included curating and delivering a programme of Art, Architecture and Design projects commissioned by John McDonnell MP in Hayes, designing the Calcutta House Roof Garden and the Fulham Scout's wash facilities in Biggin Hill. Previous projects have included the Olympics 2012 'City Dressing' programme, editing the ‘Intercultural Interaction in Architectural Education’ book, the ‘Studio Culture’ symposium, community consultation and design at Millfields Primary School, Solar Decathlon Europe and the Rip It Up and Start Again lecture series.
Jen also works with Noble and Noble Architects on residential projects. She studied Part 3 and Part 2 at the School of Art, Architecture and Design London Metropolitan University and Part I at the Welsh School of Architecture. Her professional work produces hard working passive design that achieves both public and private concerns.
Prior to studying architecture, Jen was an economist at the Government Economics Service (Home Office) and an economic development consultant at AECOM.