Lizzie is junior architecture reporter at Dezeen.
She graduated with a degree in architecture from the University of Sheffield in 2016, before joining the magazine as a social media and editorial intern.
Six months later she went on to work for the creative network YCN as content editor, where she wrote for its members' magazine and student-focused website.
Lizzie returned to Dezeen in 2018 as editorial assistant. In her spare time, she is a keen photographer and is currently studying a postgraduate diploma in interior design.
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