Jerome is an architect experienced in designing a diverse range of buildings from bespoke building extensions to mixed-used civic developments. He started his architectural career at reputable international practices, Eisenman Architects and the Office of Metropolitan Architecture, where he focused on the design and drawing production of municipal projects such as Pompei Santurario Railway Station, Cordoba Congress Centre and Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Jerome studied at the Architectural Association, where he served as an elected Council Board Member for two consecutive terms. Prior to being qualified as an architect, he worked as a certified information system auditor at KPMG managing technology risk for large financial multinationals. Combined with his experience working for London 2012 in delivering design strategy, planning application and digital content, he has developed strong design and project management skill working with large stakeholders. Academically, he is also a Higher Education Academy Fellow and experienced in delivering programme on architectural design, technical studies and representational skills.
- Post Graduate Diploma (ARB/RIBA Part III) in Architecture, University of Westminster, 2015
- ARB/RIBA Part II in Architecture, Architectural Association 2011
- ARB/RIBA Part I in Architecture, Architectural Association 2009
- BA in Economics, University of Michigan/UCL, 1999
Relevant Past Employment
- Senior Lecturer, Architecture, Norwich University of the Arts
- Director, Eighteen Twenty Eight Architects
- Manager, KPMG
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
- Registered Architect, Architectural Registration Board (ARB)
- Member, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
- Certified Information System Auditor, Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA)