BA (Hons.), M.Arch [Dist.]
Daniel started his architectural education at the University of Portsmouth in 2009. Following this, he gained a year’s work experience at a local architect’s practice in his hometown of Newbury. It was here that he began to develop a keen interest in conservation.
He then returned to Portsmouth to finish his university studies, eventually graduating with distinction in a Masters of Architecture. Afterwards, he took a short break travelling around Eastern Europe before joining Nye Saunders in 2015.
Since joining the practice Daniel has worked on a wide range of projects including one off new houses and sizeable residential extensions, the reordering of St. Mary's Church, Liss, together with numerous private and local authority housing developments, for which Daniel has gained extensive experience.
In 2022 Daniel attended the week long 'Repair of Old Buildings Course' run by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB).
In his spare time, Daniel enjoys going on long runs to keep fit and enters several events a year. In 2022, Daniel will be running the London Marathon.