In June 2022, Addy graduated from the University of Liverpool with a first-class honour in MA (Hons) Architecture, with her group project “Bochnia Salt Mine” being awarded the AHMM Award for Urban Heritage and Design. The design ethos of this project and her passion within architecture is preserving the history and heritage of architecture for future generations whilst still conforming to contemporary needs such as sustainability and economic growth.
After graduating in 2022, Addy worked for Tom Crooks Architecture, who provided specialist architectural conservation services in and around the Peak District and Sheffield. From working on churches, community projects and to barn conversions, this helped to introduce her to many unique aspects of heritage architecture such as the local materials and craftsmanship used.
With HPA, Addy is looking forward to expanding her knowledge within architecture and heritage conservation, through passing her RIBA Part III, becoming a AABC Architect (Architects Accredited in Building Conservation) and a RIBA Conservation Register within the future years.
Outside of work, Addy enjoys exploring the Lakes through hiking and paddle boarding, being crafty through drawing/embroidery, and also partaking in board games with friends.