I am an architect, and a lecturer and writer on architecture. I publish and participate widely in the developing field of architectural/archaeological/anthropological interdisciplinarity, especially as this relates to design and drawing.
My PhD, completed 2 years ago at the Bartlett, UCL, was titled Scandalous Artefacts: visual and analogical practice between architecture and archaeology, and was supervised across the departments of architecture and anthropology.
In 2000 I co-founded Bates Zambelli Architects which I ran until 2013. I currently lecture in the history & theory and professional practice of architecture at the University of Brighton and co-run a design studio at Kingston University School of Architecture and Landscape. I also lecture and examine in the professional practice at Kingston University, the University of Westminster and at London Metropolitan University.