Born in England and Schooled in Scotland, I live in Lawrence, Kansas where I teach Beginning Design at the University of Kansas School of Architecture. I love my job: opening minds and unlocking the creative potential of students. Beyond that, I am a woman with many interests: Architectural drawing, Hats, Cake decorating, Topiary, Tailoring, Watercolors, Theater Design, Cartography, Gardening, Pianos, Cooking, Soccer, Paper sculpture, Costume Design, Sacred Places, Landscapes, Meat pies, Pop-up models, Magnolia trees, Children's drawings, Dark Beers, Edges, Architecture, and Making memories.
Post Graduate Diploma, Architecture with Distinction.
B.Arch, Edinburgh College of Art / Heriot-Watt University
University of Kansas
Alcester Grammar School
Teaching beginning design students how to see is what I do here at the University of Kansas. teaching students to think creatively and to take risks so that they might be able to innovate. I am also an advocate of drawing as a way to record, explore, describe, abstract, interpret and imagine ideas and realities.
- Beginning Design
- Analytical Freehand Drawing
- Visual Thinking
Hybrid Drawing, Paper sculpture, Theater Design, Watercolor, Illustration