Registered Architect, RIBA Architect
Kerry, born in Cuba then raised in Grenada, joined GSA in May 2021 after moving to Barbados. His love of the Caribbean, island life, and everything architecture and design drew him to join the GSA team.
Kerry studied at the Sheffield School of Architecture for his Bachelor’s, RIBA Part 1 and at the Manchester School of Architecture for his Master’s, RIBA Part 2. Kerry then completed his RIBA Part 3 through RIBA North West, becoming an ARB registered Architect in March 2019. During his time in the UK, Kerry has worked extensively in the affordable housing and healthcare sectors, through his work in Didcot, Oxford and Manchester, with notable projects including the Crab Street housing development in St Helens, and the Woodland View Hospital.
Kerry is a keen outdoorsman and enjoys learning new skills. With a passion for sustainability in design, Kerry is excited to explore how this can influence the vernacular architecture of the Caribbean, whilst developing his role at GSA.