Kerry was educated at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at the Glasgow School of Art where she received a number of scholarships including the RIBA Stephen Williams Award.
As a Part 1 she worked in Belfast and Paris. Since graduating in 2013 Kerry has worked in London on retrofit of existing buildings for commercial and residential use, qualifying as an architect in 2017.
Kerry joined Níall McLaughlin Architects in early 2019. She has worked on student accommodation for University College Oxford and contributed to the International Rugby Experience Limerick. She is currently working on a private home in Cornwall.
In response to our Architects Declare commitments Kerry founded the climate emergency working group, has organised a number of interdisciplinary events on the subject and helps lead the practice’s response to the climate and ecological emergency. Outside of the practice she is also an active member of the Architect’s Climate Action Network (ACAN) Embodied Carbon group.