Josephine studied Architecture at the prestigious Bartlett, UCL and did her postgraduate Masters degree at the Royal College of Art where she was awarded the renowned Helen Hamlyn Prize.
She carried out her practical training at both Allies and Morrison Architects and did her Part III training at the Stirling Prize nominated Hawkins Brown. A relocation to Australia saw her working at the international practice Buchan Associates where she was working to deliver multiple large developments across China and Australia. On her return to London, Josephine completed a part time furniture making degree at The Cass while working full time at a high end London residential practice.
She is an Padi Advanced Open Water Diver and a keen quilter and sewer who loves getting her hands dirty. Like all the best architects she is- left handed, dyslexic and an autodidact.