I am a writer, academic, speaker and consultant, working at the theoretical limits of the cycling renaissance. I combine my PhD in philosophy+architecture, my experience designing new towns in Singapore, and my passions for writing, cycling and teaching, to generate new theories and concepts in aesthetics and spatial planning. Many appear in my book Cycle Space.
I have been invited to speak to institutes of architecture in New York, Rotterdam, Singapore and Sydney and at Velo-City. I have been a visiting scholar in the Department of Philosophy at Columbia University and the Harvard School of Public Health. I lead Cycle-Space Studio in conceiving creative architectural responses to cycling, and coordinate graduate research at the University of Tasmania.