Marc has been a partner at Murphy Philipps Architects since 2006. His experience includes a wide range of healthcare projects and he has also been involved with the writing of design guidance, both for the Department of Health and for various private healthcare providers. He regularly presents at conferences, both in the UK and internationally, on issues including sustainability and innovative healthcare design. In 2013, Marc completed a masters' degree with distinction in Planning Buildings for Health at the Medical Architecture Research Unit at LSBU. His research project investigating the links between design quality and building efficiency won a Best Research Award at the International Academy of Design and Health Awards in 2016. Marc is currently the MSc Module Leader in 'Health Planning in Developing Countries' at London South Bank University and is conducting research at UCL related to patient-centred design.