Mark has specialist expertise in rail, aviation and metro projects, as well as having wider experience in the leisure and commercial property sectors. He joined Grimshaw in 1996, becoming a partner in 2005 and served two terms as London Managing Partner between 2012-18. During his 22 years the practice has grown from its small London base of 30 architects into global practice with 8 offices worldwide and over 600 staff. He has worked predominantly on large-scale projects which span the breadth of the transport sector, both nationally and internationally. Mark designed the recently completed London Bridge Station with notable past projects including Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg, Reading Station, the Thermae Spa in Bath and Southern Cross Station in Melbourne, Australia, which won the 2007 RIBA Lubetkin Prize. Aside from his responsibilities as an architect, Mark has an MA in Film, and acted as Executive Producer for over 50 short films about Grimshaw's completed projects. He is a columnist for Building Design and was recently elected to the board of the British Aviation Group.