My name is Jenna, I’m an Australian graduate architect living and working in Sydney. I grew up in Tasmania, in the beautiful little capital city Hobart, where I finished my Master of Architecture at the University of Tasmania. I’m currently working for the architecture practice Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, having previously worked at both Terroir and Aileen Sage Architects. Within practice I have worked on a variety of projects both marketing and project related, including the design and documentation of various residential and commercial projects.  

I have a predilection for finding and collecting things that inspire me. I’m a maker. I love designing, creating, crafting. I find it impossible to sit still – many of my side projects are a result of this.

When I’m not blogging, pinning on Pinterest or instagramming, I give a lot of my time to the broader architectural community within Australia - particularly the NSW division of the Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN) committee, DARCH, where I previously sat as Co-Chair for the 2014 term, and the University of Technology, Sydney where I have tutored in both undergraduate and postgraduate architecture subjects. In 2014, I was also fortuitous enough to be awarded a place on the 2014 Dulux Study Tour, an architectural study tour for Australian emerging architects during which we visited Chicago and New York, with a visit to Fallingwater in between.

My little pocket of the internet is a home for my creative outlets, be it my work as a freelance graphic designer, the jewellery I make, or my blog. I love the friends that I have met through these avenues - it’s a great way to connect with likeminded individuals.

Thank you for visiting, if you would like to get in contact with me, please feel free to send me an email.