Becky joined the Kent office in 2018 whilst studying Architecture at the University of Bath. She has since graduated from Bath with a first, having won the Arup Prize for Joint Project and having finished in the final three of the Basil Spence Competition.
Whilst studying for her undergraduate Becky explored the relationship between the socio-political context and architecture, specifically in terms of the Anthropocene Age. This was explored through two major projects, a new community-focused home for Bath rugby and a gin distillery that would re-activate a forgotten pocket in the town.
Becky is now studying for her Part 2 at the University of Westminster, whilst working in the London studio part-time. In the studio Becky assists Tim Goode on a wide range of projects, mainly focusing on competition entries and mixed-use schemes.
In her free time Becky enjoys visiting art galleries.