RIBA CHARTERED ARCHITECT
I am a RIBA Chartered architect, living and working on the Llyn Peninsula in beautiful North Wales.
I studied architecture at Manchester University and started my individual practice at WRAY architects in 2000.
Since then, I have worked on many local and regional projects. These projects range in type and in size, including residential new-builds, renovations, alterations, extensions, small commercial buildings and listed buildings.
I am on the RIBA Conservation Register, which allows me to work on historic building conservation, repair and maintenance. I am also registered on the Bangor Diocesan list, to work on church buildings.
I have a personal passion for reducing our environmental impact, particularly through the efficient use of space.