Sarah joined the Light House team in 2013, having previously worked with local commercial firm Stewart Architecture. She grew up riding horses and working with her dad on the family farm near Corryong, Victoria.
As well as being our Lead Architect here at Light House, Sarah regularly tutors at the University of Canberra and sits on the Design Advisory Panel for Capital Metro. However, Sarah is most proud of her toilet building experience, having erected outhouses in Kenya, the Solomon Islands, and alongside the Murray River.
Master of Architecture, University of Canberra
Bachelor of Arts (Architecture), University of Canberra
AIA Diverse Equitable Employment and Practice (DEEP) Taskforce, ACT Chapter
AIA Emerging Architects Mentoring Scheme, ACT Chapter
2017 | Sessional Tutor in Architecture Studio, University of Canberra
2014 - present | Design Advisory Panel Member, Light Rail Project, Transport Canberra
2014 | Sessional Tutor in Architecture Practice, University of Canberra
2013 - present | Lead Architect, Light House Architecture & Science
2013 | Sessional Tutor in Sustainable Environmental Technology, University of Canberra
2009 - 2013 | Graduate Architect, Stewart Architecture
2011 | University of Canberra SONA Representative
2009 | Student of Architecture, Philip Leeson Architect
2008 - 2009 | Australian & New Zealand Student Architecture Congress, 'RE:HAB'
2015 | Future Leader Award, National Association of Women In Construction, ACT Chapter
2014 | AIA Canberra Light Rail Design Ideas Competition - Second (with Kate Shepherd)
2013 | AIA Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayne Graduate Prize
2012 | 'Capithetical' International Design Competition - Shortlisted, Centenary of Canberra
2012 | ActewAGL Award for Environmental and Cultural Sustainability, ActewAGL
2012 | Finalist - Bluescope Steel Glenn Murcutt Student Design Award, Bluescope Steel
2012 | AIA Prize for Achievement in Fourth Year Architecture, Australian Institute of Architects