Areas of Expertise
Accessibility, Inclusive Design, Well-Being
Teresa has a BA in 3-Dimensional Design, City and Guilds Garden Design and MA Gender & Society.
She is Senior Access Advisor at the Centre for Accessible Environments and has extensive experience of access assessments, design appraisals and access audits of both heritage and modern buildings, as well as external greenspace.
Teresa’s career background includes exhibition design at the British Museum and she has applied this to inclusive visitor experiences. She has provided access consultancy to the National Gallery in London, Heritage Services in the States of Guernsey, Bletchley Park Museum and Stourbridge Museum of Glass. She also provides access consultancy for a number of London parks and gardens, as well as working with RHS Garden Wisley and RHS Bridgewater. Teresa is access consultant for numerous universities, where both buildings and the wider campus are considered.
Teresa is part of the judging panel for Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Universal Design, part of the Civic Trust Awards, and a member of the Museums Association and the Landscape Institute.
To help create a truly inclusive environment, Teresa brings experience, knowledge and concern for well-being in all its forms. With commitment to inclusion and accessibility, Teresa’s ambition is to enable everyone to access the best possible life.