Architect, essayist, poet, tutor and Francophile living in Auckland, New Zealand. Currently team leader at Fearon Hay Architects.
I graduated with my Master's of Architecture (Professional) from Victoria University of Wellington in 2012, and have since been tracing a number of paths through architecture, pedagogy and writing, masquerading as architect, tutor, lecturer, designer, and researcher.
I am drawn to language, to light, and to strange synaesthesia-like moments in life. Beyond the typically architectural haunts of spaces and places, I often find myself enamoured with the lives of others. In my spare time, I am usually exploring, often on my bicycle or surfboard, creating new recipes, taking photographs or trying to put words on a page. I spend a lot of time wishing I drew as much as I used to.
The Limn Blog launched in 2011 as a platform to explore the links between architectures, people and writing.
Through the presentation of projects, people, and places, The Limn is largely focused on developing a way of writing which bridges opinion, creative writing, journalism, and academic worlds.
I'm looking to add other voices to this mix - and I'd love to hear from you.
LIMN : TO DESCRIBE
Limn is a verb meaning to describe; to depict with paint or with words. To Limn is to wash something existing with a new light, to bring forth new ways of seeing.