I am a PhD researcher at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.
Welcome to my site, where I show some of my work. This work is about urban sites and signs, from the textural to the structural and to the aesthetically pleasing. In a way, this is simply a page about the importance of sites.
My doctoral thesis follows the material site specificity of street art, graffiti and other forms of independent inscriptions – as it’s not all neat and artistic down there in the streets.
Driven by a passion for the marginally visible, I observe and document different textures and marks on the built environment, and try to make sense of their layering and spatial arrangement.
Here I show photos and I write about events, people and activities of interest under ‘Goings-on’.
I also do work for the UCL Urban Laboratory, and am in charge of I Know What I Like, a London based organisation that handles urban & street art education through in situ activities like customised tours, debates and gallery visits. Drop us a line any time and I would be glad to take you on a walk and show you some of the less visible, but fascinating marks out there.