Imogene Tudor is the newly appointed associate of Sydney design teaching, publication and research practice DRAW after working there since 2011.

The firm says that she has demonstrated 'leadership and initiative' and she was responsible for the delivery of Gallery Lane Cove and was a key member of the DRAW's Design Parramatta team.

Prior to joining DRAW Tudor worked with BVN and Staughton Thorne in Melbourne. Imogene is currently working with Pathways ECI on a major expansion of their Early Childhood Intervention Centre in Marrickville.

She is a Director of Make Space for Architecture, an independent agency that promotes critical practice in the industry and works to inform the community in order to effect positive change in the built environment. Imogene is an active member of DARCH (Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter Emerging Architects and Graduates Committee) and regular Tudor at Universities in Sydney.

Tudor is the convener of "ArchiSoccer Sydney" a regular social soccer event on Wednesday evenings in Sydney's Prince Alfred Park (@archisoccer). She was recently awarded a Byera Hadley Traveling Scholarship from the NSW Architects Registration Board to research international examples of promoting architectural issues and ideas to a broad range of audiences.