BA (Hons) BArch (Hons) ARB RIBA CA
Emma studied at the Canterbury School of Architecture before joining Poynton Bradbury Wynter Cole Architects in July 2000 and completing her training with Plymouth University in 2003. She has a wide range of experience leading on projects encompassing public buildings, schools, community buildings and historic properties with diverse and complex client groups ranging from local authorities to charity-based community groups and the private sector.
With a keen interest and extensive experience in conservation architecture and historic buildings, Emma was formally recognised with entry onto the RIBA Conservation Register at the Conservation Architect level. Emma is a regular speaker for the Firm Foundations Programme provided by Cornwall Museums Partnership.