Graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2004, with a Master’s Degree in Architecture & Environmental Design and further studies at the University of Westminster in 2007. His final year at Westminster was spent working in conjunction with Sir Terry Farrell on masterplanning and urban design in London.
Daniel joined Pringle Richards Sharratt in 2007 and he worked on the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry and TfL’s West Ham Bus Garage. He has a diverse portfolio of experience as a project architect, across a variety of sectors including: Hounslow Leisure Centres, National Railway Museum York, Lombard Street office redevelopment in the City of London and an exclusive residential PPS7 property in Surrey.
Prior to joining Pringle Richards Sharratt, Daniel worked as an engineer for Hoare Lea Consulting Engineers in London, where he worked within the sustainability department (2004-2005). He became an Associate in the practice in 2012.