As a tutor I aim to help each student build confidence in their subject, teaching in a positive and supportive atmosphere. My classes will involve working together to highlight specific areas for improvement to allow for tailored lessons and learning. I teach up to GCSE level.
I am an Architecture graduate currently working in Liverpool. I received a first class degree from the University of Cambridge as well as an A* in Maths and A in Physics A level. My work in architecture and design requires me to utilise practical applications of maths and physics on a daily basis.
Ceri Hedderwick Turner BA (Hons) - RIBA Part 1
2014 - 2017 University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture, Jesus College
BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA Part 1) First Class Honours
2006 - 2013 Anthony Gell School, Wirksworth
A Levels A* Maths
A Art, Geography, Physics, Extended Project Qualification (Environmental
GCSEs 11 A*, 2 A, 1 B
September 2018 to present
Designer/maker creating small scale and bespoke pieces.
V&A Museum Design Department
December 2018 to present (various contracts)
Working as a freelance designer within the design department.
Environmental Design Consultant
September 2019 to present
Working with Rootbound environmental consultancy firm to deliver carbon neutrality and sustainability reports for businesses. Reports consist of research and analysis into current carbon output and environmental assets leading to recommendations for sustainable improvements.
Delvendahl Martin Architects
August 2017 - July 2018
Working as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant I undertook work on a variety of projects; both competition submissions and live projects. This required me to undertake tasks such as model making, creating visualisations, creating material samples, preparing design stage reports, preparing technical and tender drawings and correspondence with clients and suppliers.
ARCSOC Summer Show 2017
July 2016 - July 2017
As part of the organising team I undertook many responsibilities for the organisation, set-up and running of the University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture, end of year student exhibition at the Bargehouse, OXO Tower, London; including overall management and delivery of design and construction of the Year 3, Studio 1 display.
Disabled Artists Making Dis/Ordinary Spaces Workshops
January 2017 - May 2017
Following my dissertation research I was invited to be part of both an introductory workshop and appraisal workshop for the ‘Disabled Artists Making Dis/Ordinary Spaces’ project which ran within three architecture courses at University of Westminster, London Metropolitan University and University of Manchester.
SKILLS & HOBBIES
Music is very important to me both to play and listen to. I have played the drums for 14 years and the bass guitar for 8 years, collaborating and performing regularly with other musicians throughout that time. I also enjoy pushing myself physically through skateboarding and climbing and experimenting with photography and film.
Featured in Blueprint Magazine’s Ones to Watch 2017
Sir Leslie Martin Prize for Architecture, Jesus College
Scholar of the College, Jesus College
Jesus College Prize for Architecture
Exhibition of the College, Jesus College
Gerry Vaughan Young Artist Bursary, Wirksworth Festival
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