Dan Brady leads design at Development Victoria to deliver on government policy. He is best categorised as a ‘generalist’ having worked across a wide range of projects in the UK and Australia within the public and private sectors.
Dan graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture where his final project was acquired by the Saatchi Gallery. He practiced as a design architect for over a decade in London on award-winning urban regeneration projects from low-cost housing prototypes to public art.
Since moving to Melbourne in 2010, Dan shifted his focus from the practice of architecture to focus on the way design thinking has an effect on shaping planning policy, procurement and project management within government.
Now with Development Victoria, Dan works with the business development team to build the foundations of good design on major regeneration projects in Melbourne and regional Victoria.