Masters of Philosophy(Architecture), University of Sydney, 2004
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1996
Bachelor of Science (Architecture), University of Sydney, 1993
What do you bring to the HH work?
Technical architectural knowledge from a range of urban, rural & remote projects with Indigenous & non-Indigenous clients to assist in R&D temperature control projects
What have you learned from being involved in the work?
- A rigorous methodology for addressing housing issues
- Ability to assist in fixing essential health and safety items with the reward of seeing immediate improvement in living conditions
- Developed understanding of issues that people living in rural and remote Indigenous communities address
- Need for technical understanding to make improvements in housing
- Need for continuity of teams of people with knowledge of the Housing for Health process working over many years to prevent repeat of past mistakes in addressing Indigenous housing issues
- Need to pass on knowledge of Housing for Health methodology and technical skills to students (eg. architecture and health sciences) so they can address issues faced by Indigenous people (as students and in their professions)
In an ideal world what directions, ideas, results would you like to see HH and the Housing for Health work become or achieve?
Housing for Health projects incorporated into Federal & State government programs with stakeholders working effectively through all stages of the contract with a common goal of improving Indigenous housing