An architectural graduate, Andrew started his design career working in residential and commercial architectural practices.
Andrew made the leap from architecture to wayfinding in the pursuit of design projects that require a detailed approach while maintaining much of the complexity found in large scale architectural projects.
He brings an excellent understanding of 3D space and architectural documentation from his education in the industry.
A keen interest in user experience and construction detailing fuels his desire to produce appropriate, yet unique, solutions to each wayfinding strategy.
Andrew graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Design (Architectural Studies) Honors and in 2017 with a Master of Architecture from the University of Technology Brisbane Australia.
We are dotdash, an interdisciplinary design practice focused on wayfinding strategy.
We help millions of people find their way around our complex urban environments.