I am a doctoral student at the University of Cambridge, studying within the Department of Architecture as a member of Gonville and Caius College. My research is jointly funded by the AHRC and the Isaac Newton Trust and conducted under the supervision of Dr James Campbell. It examines the architecture of the Inns of Court in the late seventeenth century with a focus on two of the built environment’s most influential figures of the time, Sir Christopher Wren and Nicolas Barbon. My work expands upon my Masters dissertation which focussed on the redevelopment of Middle Temple after the Restoration. Completed as part of the MSt in Building History at Cambridge, it won the Institute of Historic Building Conservation’s Gus Astley Award for 2021. My research interests extend to the wider development of London in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.