Tony graduated with First Class Honours at the Manchester School of Architecture in 2002.
Following his degree he worked at Squire and Partners in London for his Part 1 placement and during his diploma studies where he returned to Manchester. This included half a year studying abroad at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
Upon graduating with Distinction he was nominated for the RIBA President’s Silver Medal Award and Building Design's Class of 2005 for his final student work. He then completed his Part 3 qualification at the University of Westminster with Merit.
Tony spent 5 years at Hopkins Architects working on the London 2012 Olympic Velodrome, the Frick Chemistry Laboratory at Princeton University, US, and South Hampstead High School before joining David Morley Architects in 2011.
At David Morley Architects Tony was responsible for the design and construction of the external envelope and detailing of the concrete structural frame of the recently completed Dickson Poon University of China Centre Building at St Hugh’s College.
He is currently project architect on 119 Ebury Street, a sustainable refurbishment project within a heritage context for Grosvenor in central London which aspires to be the first UK listed building to reduce its carbon emissions by 80 percent, and achieving the BREEAM outstanding rating.