Greg Carson: My name is Greg Carson, and I have a long-standing interest in the natural environment. I currently work as an ecologist as Director of Ecology Network, a company I set up 2½ years ago. Prior to that I have worked for a large environmental / engineering consultancy, a local authority and the Wildlife Trusts.
In delivering my service, I seek to apply a creative approach to my work, delivering solutions which enable project aspirations to be met while safeguarding and enhancing biodiversity.
Apart from environmental matters, I have an interest in European dance and music, bicycles and learning from my 2½ year old daughter. However, following the Animal Estates session, I am considering giving it all up to become an architect…
Oscar Wokowu: Oscar completed his undergraduate degree from the University of East London in 2011. He is currently on his year out and is looking for a placement to continue his education. Before studying architecture, Oscar trained as an electrician which gave him an insight into the construction industry and the tools to excel in all aspects of the profession. Oscar Wokowu, 23
Ramsey Yassa is a Part I architecture graduate and is currently undertaking his year out in practice. His personal line of enquiry lies in fabrication, both immaterial and material. Ramsey’s immersive and intuitive methodology values a multidisciplinary approach, narratives make up the fabric of his projects in which themes of human geographies, politics and the built environment are weaved at a scale of contexts reaching from the particle to the astronomical.
Ramsey is proud to have received the Stephen Lawrence Award for his achievements in design and is engaged in humanitarian projects, teaching and conscious journalism alongside his professional endeavours.