Isaac joined Hutchinson & Partners in 2020 as part of the MArch: Collaborative Practice Part II programme at The University of Sheffield.
Isaac has recently studied a MSc in Spatial Planning and Development (RTPI and RICS) at the University of Reading, building on his experience as an urban designer. His thesis, titled Planning the Unplannable, explored whether there is a role for planning to improve the refugee and internal displaced person (IDP) camps in Jordan, Kenya and Somalia.
He joins after also having worked with some of the largest brands at some of the UK’s leading advertising agencies, Saatchi & Saatchi and Grey London. Primarily working on briefs that called for a renewed role for brands to engage with the high street and the built environment, in a climate that is rapidly migrating online.
Prior to working in the realm of branded urbanism, Isaac conducted his initial Part I experience working at a multidisciplinary practice in Abingdon, Oxfordshire where he worked primarily on urban design projects, creating significant expansions to towns and villages across the surrounding area.
Isaac completed his undergraduate degree in Architecture at the University of Portsmouth in 2014 and is also an alumni of Central St. Martins, University of the Arts London where he undertook an art foundation diploma.