After becoming a member in 2016, Cameron found the support ADNZ offered hugely important as an architectural designer and practice owner.
“The extensive resources and industry insights, along with the exposure to the wider architectural community, suppliers and partners has been hugely beneficial as an architectural designer and business owner”, says Cameron.
Cameron finds that being a member of a reputable organisation gives his clients and the public assurance and confidence that he is a trusted professional that they can rely on.
“Being able to promote my expertise to the wider public alongside ADNZ has been a huge benefit. Having the association with ADNZ brings my clients peace of mind that they’re working with a reputable architectural designer”, says Cameron.
Having been part of the Canterbury regional committee since 2018, Cameron enjoys the interaction and engagement with other professionals, and the support offered by the ADNZ community socially, professionally, and technically.
Cameron and wife Kelly are the team behind Christchurch based Architectural Designer practice Inline Architecture. With a passion for architecture, design and the built environment, Cameron’s career highlight so far has been his design, documentation and site administration and observation of the Great Ape Centre at Orana Wildlife Park.