Jack joined Hawkins\Brown as a Part 2 architect. In 2013 he graduated from Manchester School of Architecture with a distinction (MArch) for his project, The Defragmentation of Bradford, and for which he was also nominated for the RIBA President’s Silver Medal.
The previous year he completed an MA in Architecture and Urbanism, and achieved a distinction for his thesis on the topic of Global Commons, that explored the relationship between emerging economies in a post industrial context. After completing his studies he moved to the Netherlands to work at an internationally acclaimed architect office on several competitions.
Jack has a continuing interest in the urban environment in a global context. In his spare time he writes on the topic, continues to research the field, and occasionally tutors at the Manchester School of Architecture.
In his spare time Jack enjoys cycling, listening to music and can regularly be found in the kitchen cooking something new.