Jessica is a freelance architecture journalist. She was Dezeen's architecture editor from 2016 to 2018, after joining the magazine as a reporter two years earlier. Before that, she completed an NCTJ journalism qualification in 2014 and an internship at design magazine Icon.
Jessica grew up in Northern Ireland but moved to London in 2007 to study fine art at Chelsea College of Art.
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Barclay & Crousse co-founder Sandra Barclay has become the seventh recipient of the Woman Architect of the Year prize, while Gabinete de Arquitectura partner Gloria Cabral has been named emerging female architect. More
A fragment of the Robin Hood Gardens housing estate salvaged from the demolition site by London's V&A museum is to be transported to Italy and displayed at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale. More
Minimalist John Pawson turned to architecture after failing as a Buddhist monk and a sports photographer. As a book of his photographs goes on sale, he spoke to Dezeen about how he discovered his love of colour through Instagram. More
Scandinavian practice Henning Larsen Architects has unveiled plans to transform the east bank of the River Lagan in Belfast, Northern Ireland, using the redevelopment of Copenhagen harbour as a model. More
Liverpool plans to clamp down on tall towers after controversial plans to build a pair of high-rise blocks facing the River Mersey threatened the UNESCO World Heritage status of the English city. More
Emergency services have treated Apple staff for injuries caused by walking into glazed walls at the company's new Foster + Partners-designed Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, according to reports. More
UK Construction Week is introducing new equality guidelines following the outcry against the use of promotional models wearing Vegas showgirl outfits at last year's event. More
London mayor Sadiq Khan has developed a good-practice guide for estate regeneration in the capital, aiming to give residents greater say over their homes and ensure social housing is ring-fenced during redevelopment. More
Organisers of the reSITE Resonate conference have offered female delegates cut-price entry, in an effort to improve the gender balance of the event taking place at the AL_A-designed MAAT museum in Lisbon next week. More