Marking the Forest will be taught by Stewart Dodd and Kristin Cross owners of Satellite Architects. Satellite is a sustainable architectural practice in London UK.
Stewart Dodd a native Brit, studied architecture at Oxford Brooks in Oxford and The Bartlett School of Architecture in London. He is a committed proponent of architectural education and sustainable design and his work exemplifies a determined ambition to participate as a creator in improving and stimulating the built and extended environment through sustainable and sensitive design. His work has been published extensively in books, journals and the architectural press and he has twice been short-listed for the Young Architect of the Year Award.
Having taught for over 14 years at The Bartlett, Stewart is now a Unit Master at the Architectural Association, a member of the Royal Institute British Architects (RIBA) Validation Board, a judge on the RIBA Awards, a member of the RIBA and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is presently an external examiner at Brighton University’s, School of Architecture and The Bartlett, University College London.
Kristin Cross a native Eugenian. She has worked for a number of practices in Seattle, New York, Connecticut and London. She studied at Portland State University, School of Fine and Performing Arts where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Art and Syracuse University in New York where she earned her Masters in Architecture. Kristin also practices as an artist where she addresses issues or memory and architectural form.