Amy joined Simpson & Brown in March 2016, having previously studied at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Aberdeen, where she achieved an M.Arch in Architecture and RIBA Part II. During her studies, and following her Part I placement, Amy became passionate about our architectural heritage and the true potential in conserving and adapting the many historic buildings which surround our towns, cities and countryside. She executed this in her Masters project and dissertation entitled; Adaptive Reuse of Abandoned Historic Buildings; the Design Approach.
After graduating Amy undertook an internship at the newly formed Historic Environment Scotland, previously Historic Scotland, where she sought to further her experience and career in architecture working within the Conservation Directorate.
At Simpson & Brown Amy is currently working with other team members on the development of a significant new public building and alterations to a Category A listed church. Amy is currently working towards her Part III examination and aims to qualify as an architect in the near future.