Rosemarie is an Associate with Bryden Wood, a multidisciplinary consultancy at the forefront of data evidenced design and Design for Manufacture and Assembly. She spoke about the digital future of Town Planning at BIM Show Live in 2017, after completion of her research paper on this subject. Following on from this, she has spoken at Digital Construction Week 2017 and UK Construction week on this subject, and the RICS has published an article based on the talk. At BIM Show live 2018 and Digital Construction Week 2018 she gave a talk relating digitally enabled decision making to procurement. Rosemarie’s research into digital town planning was undertaken at UCL in 2016. She is currently a member of the CDBB Research Networks; Housing Digital Built Britain and D-COM. Rosemarie is a Chartered Architect who has been using computer models for more than 20 years. She founded the forward-looking design-led practice HaA in 2000, producing many award-winning buildings. HaA used visual scripting to manifest site constraints within their process.