Sue began her secretarial and administrative training in 1968 and joined the architectural practice of Ted Levy, Benjamin and Partners in 1970, becoming Ted Levy's Personal and Partnership Secretary.
Sue joined Charlton Brown Architects as Partnership Secretary in 1981.
Educated at Liverpool University and Kingston University, Jo began in practice with Architekten Schweger + Partner in Berlin and worked on a number of major projects including the Potsdamer Platz.
Jo then worked with WGP Architects on Londons South Bank and specialized in housing schemes and private houses prior to joining Charlton Brown Architects in 1999.
Jo became a partner in 2005.
Chris was educated at the University of Cambridge at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Whilst at Cambridge he completed a number of theses on the English Country House and its social history.
Chris worked for the historic buildings and conservation practice of Carden and Godfrey in Covent Garden before joining Charlton Brown Architects in 2001. He became a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2003.
Chris became a partner in 2005.
Claire completed her undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff, prior to qualifying as an architect from the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL). She previously worked for two firms in Dorset, Bondesign Associates and Bradbury Bichard, where she was employed on a number of residential and educational projects.
In 2005 Claire moved to London and joined Charlton Brown Architects.
Claire became an associate at Charlton Brown Architects in 2009.
Stephen completed his undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at the University of North London and qualified in 1999. He is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Stephen previously worked for two London firms, And Architects and Piers Ford Architects, where he specialised in residential projects.
In 2010 Stephen joined Charlton Brown Architects.
Steven was educated at University College Northampton where he gained a degree in Architectural Technology.
Prior to joining Charlton Brown Architects in 2009, Steven worked for three architectural practices in the UK, Hunter Evans, David Coles and Tew & Smith, as well as working in Australia for Julius Bokor Architects.
Michael has worked as a consultant with Charlton Brown Archtects since 1987. Gavin Charlton Brown believes that Michael thinks like an architect and Michael has been heard to say that Gavin thinks like a planner. Together they have achieved many successful planning consents where others have failed.
Michael had many years' experience advising both public sector and private clients before establishing his own Town Planning and Development practice in 1984.
He has been a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute since 1967.
Aymara graduated from UCL as a Master of Science in Urban Studies. Her undergraduate degree in Sociology & Politics was earned at Goldsmith's University of London.
Aymara coordinates projects and manages the Continuing Professional Development at Charlton Brown.
Aymara previously managed the Charles Dickens Museum in central London and also has experience of conveyancing law from her time at Grahame Stowe Bateson solicitors.
Aymara joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2010.
Chris graduated from the University of Greenwich and gained his Diplomas at Cambridge University and The University of Westminster.
Prior to joining Charlton Brown Architects Chris was employed by Nicholas Burwell Architects and Sacks Maguire Architects where he gained experience in high quality residential projects. He has also worked on commercial projects including the design and build of two large university developments.
Chris joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2011.
Siwan graduated in Architectural Studies from the Welsh School of Architecture.
Siwan has worked on large-scale commercial schemes as well as smaller residential projects, both in Wales and London. Whilst at POW Architects, Siwan worked on residential conversions.
Siwan joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2013.
David graduated in Architecture at Cambridge University and completed his Diploma at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
David started his professional career at Hamiltons Architects where he worked on large-scale developments including London’s Strata Tower and its surrounding urban landscape. During his time at BB Partnership David’s work focused on a range of high-end private residential schemes.
David joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2014.
Hana graduated from Edinburgh College of Art and gained her Diploma at the University of Westminster.
Hana has worked on mixed-use schemes including the Northern Quarter Portsmouth, a new retail, leisure and residential destination for the city. Whilst at Levitt Bernstein Associates, Hana developed large-scale housing and conversion projects.
Hana joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2014.
Bernard graduated with a first degree honours from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, where he was awarded their Medal of Academic Excellence.
After graduating Bernard tutored in structural design and construction, going on to convene an architectural peer assisted study group. He has since worked on a number of projects including the re-building of Christchurch Cathedral following the earthquakes there in 2011.
Bernard joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2014.
Celia achieved a Master of Architecture with Merit from Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand.
Celia has a range of experience having worked on residential, heritage, commercial and educational projects during her time at Opus Architecture. She also developed sustainable residential schemes whilst working at Solarchitect.
Celia joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2014.
Nicole studied for her undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at the University of Melbourne. Her final thesis earned its place in the Exemplar Graduate Gallery Exhibition.
Nicole previously worked for FPPV Architecture in Australia and has experience of a range of project work from initial feasibility studies to developing joinery details, and from concept proposals to technical and construction design.
Nicole joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2016.
John was educated in The Hague, later completing his Masters of Architecture at the University of Westminster.
John previously worked for Dunnett Craven Architects where he developed detailed designs for high-end residential projects. He also worked on a masterplan for the renovation and expansion of Amstelveen commercial centre in Holland adding 50,000m2 of new retail premises and improving public space.
John joined Charlton Brown Architects in 2016.