Meg is a passionate, engaged graduate of Architecture whose focus lies in providing functional, accessible architecture that fosters health and wellbeing in its users. While she has applied this approach across a wide range of sectors, she has particular experience in the aged care and health sectors.
Her exceptional time management, communication, and project management skills are a result of her combined previous experience both in and outside the architectural industry.
She also has a strong skill set in the 3D / photo realistic visualization and video editing skills. This allows her to efficiently deliver visualization tools for projects during master planning, design, and construction stages, to ensure their successful development in collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders.