Jeremy Graham, MArch
Computational Design Lead, Australia
Jeremy’s main focus is driving the computational design component of our data-driven design service in Australia, including developing computational models and tools to assist designers and clients in utilising big data for real-time decision making.
Jeremy has worked across different continents applying his creative, 3D modelling, programming and problem-solving skills on a variety of projects, including to develop algorithms used in the bowl and roof design of stadia.
Jeremy holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Western Australia and a graduate certificate in project management from Curtin University. He is passionate about teaching and has a popular personal blog for teaching Python scripting for Revit automation. He has also worked with LinkedIn to produce Python scripting and C# courses for both Revit and Rhino. He is a regular speaker at industry events.