Jerome is an award-winning architect and Programme Director of Spatial and Interior Design at Kent School of Architecture, Planning and Design. He is the founder of Eighteen Twenty Eight, a multi-disciplinary architecture, design and research studio with a focus on spatial practice, digital culture and transformative human experience. His professional qualifications include over 15 years of practice experience designing a diverse range of projects from bespoke residential extensions, art installations, fashion runways to the interiors of cultural institutions such as Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Carnegie Cricket Pavilion at Headingley, Leeds.
The relationship between art, interior, spatial design and architecture is fundamental to his practice for its role in challenging preconceived notion of form in clearing a path for experimentation and invention. Jerome also has experience in both embedding digital skills in arts, architecture and design curriculum in Higher Education and the delivery of complex digital programmes in the creative cultural industry, including his role as Digital Advisor to the London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Jerome's research focuses on design thinking, human computer interaction, digital visualisation, immersive technology and design futures.