Gary is an architect with a passion for sustainable architecture, and has over 30 years continually sought to bridge academic research, teaching and practice to create a sustainable future.
In his role as Principal Lead for Science and Technology at HOK, his aim is to deliver a sustainable future not only in the science and technology sector but for the whole of the built environment.
Gary has collaborated and led sustainability with a number of leading practices including WilkinsonEyre, Bennetts Associates and Hopkins Architects. These collaborations have delivered award winning sustainable buildings across a range of sectors from Higher Education, Academic Research, Residential mixed use, Office and Cultural Buildings.
His academic experience includes teaching and research positions at The University of Cambridge, The University of Edinburgh, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, Heriot Watt University Edinburgh, and Oxford Brookes University.Gary’s honorary positions include:
Appointed Chair of the RIBA Sustainable Futures Group in October 2018.
Appointed Visiting Professor of Sustainable Architecture at Robert Gordons University Aberdeen in 2016.
Past Chairman of the Usable Buildings Trust and BSRIA Soft Landings User Group from 2009 until 2016
His work has been recognized by many awards, including awards from the Civic Trust and the RIBA.