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Our Lecturers

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Founder and Director 
Ben Taylor is the founder and director of Taylor Hawkes Design Studio, London Fields Design School, and London Software Training.
He has over 10 years experience running design courses in universities and colleges across London.
His passion is helping people reach their creative career goals.

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Liam

 Teaching Spatial Design, Vectorworks, SketchUp, and Revit at London Software Training.
After studying Environmental Science at Queen Mary’s, Liam pursued a creative career and understood that he did not need a university degree to pivot into design. He directed his practice toward architecture and 3D programs. He has consulted with numerous design studios across 
London and the UK. A lot of his practice involves designing music festivals.  

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Luisa 

Teaching 3D Design, 3D Printing and Rhino at London Software Training. Luisa has a background in Architecture. Her practice focuses on exploring and implementing the sustainability and fabrication advantages of 3D Printing, looking at how 3D printing can help lower our carbon footprint - from collecting micro plastics in the sea and reducing consumer consumption.

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Fady 

Teaching Spatial Design, AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp at London Software Training.
Fady runs a small architectural and interior practice as well as being a visiting architectural lecturer at Cairo University. Additionally, he is an Architectural Engineering academic completing his PhD at UCL, busy man!

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Dani

Teaching Illustration, Motion Graphics, Illustrator and AfterEffects at London Software Training.
Dani is a freelance motion designer with a large client base and a dedicated tutor here at LST.
His passion is passing on his expert knowledge and supporting students into becoming well-rounded designers.  

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Matt

Teaching Product Design, Furniture Design, 3D Printing and Rhino at London Software Training.
Matt is the founder of a product and furniture design Studio. Combining art and engineering to create playful moving furniture. Taking everyday objects and adding a greater dimension to them.

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Emanuel 

Teaching Illustration, Graphic Design, Photoshop and InDesign at London Software Training.
Emanuel is a freelance graphic and illustration designer, working with a variety of clients such as The Sunday Times, Harper Collins, and the Financial Times. He is also the LFDS lead graphic and illustration lecturer.

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Amr
Teaching Spatial Design, AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp at London Software Training.
Amr is an architect and researcher, having won a number of international design competitions. Participating in academic teaching for 7 years, as well as undertaking PhD research related to building energy performance. 

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Harvey

Teaching 3D Printing at London Software Training.

Harvey first got into 3D printing more than ten years ago - he's captivated by the technical and creative side of this exciting technology. With 3D printing, people can produce parts they cannot make in any other way. Its versatility enables designers to use a wide variety of materials, making it one of the most sustainable practices in design.

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