Sarah joined HTA in December 2014 after successfully completing her Part I at London Metropolitan University.
In May 2018, Sarah was promoted to Architectural Designer.
Prior to joining HTA, Sarah worked with Islington Exhibits and Islington Council to design and build a temporary pavilion for an arts exhibition in the summer of 2013: The Electric Light Station. She also worked with the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts to design and build an exhibition and event space for their Annual Summer Show.
Sarah has also lived and worked in New York where she gained experience with Nightwood: a furniture design company.
Since joining HTA, Sarah has been involved in a wide variety of residential schemes ranging from the dense inner-city Aylesbury Regeneration Scheme to the Greenbelt low density Cane Hill Development.
Sarah also worked in the planning application of Greenford Green, she was mostly involved in the process of completion of the Design and Access Statement.
She also worked on various masterplan development such as Rochester Riverside, where Sarah was assisting on the urban design development of the project.
Sarah is currently working on the development of the masterplan on Winstanley and York Road Regeneration Project as part of the masterplan team and coordinate closely with external consultants and the wider team. Simultaneously, she is working on numerous Applications for the Aylesbury Regeneration Project.