Emma’s architectural background is in institutional, healthcare and residential buildings with a particular focus on the interior experience. She relishes the challenges of responding to complex briefs and enjoys the results of strong client relationships. She participates broadly in the built-environment community and maintains connections with academia as well as not-for-profit and industry associations. Her interest in working with remote, regional and developing communities is manifested in volunteer work with Architects Without Frontiers as well as her project work with Reddog. She has written independently on topics as diverse as post-colonialism, subcultural urbanism, corporate social responsibility and transdisciplinary practice.
Emma tries to spend as much time as possible in her garden or kitchen and spends many weekends making floral arrangements for weddings and parties.