Meet the team
Michael has been practicing architecture in Queenstown for forty years plus. Its the passion for the job that gets him up in the morning.
His other passions are classic Italian cars, motor cycles and drawing and painting.
Mark has been practicing architecture since 1990 and in Queenstown since 1996. Very keen on affordability and sustainability, and loves the Alpine environment!
Other parts of his life he enjoys his family, skiing, boating and is a very slow Te Reo learner.
Neil has worked extensively in United Kingdom, Australia, Bermuda & New Zealand. Neil moved to Queenstown in 2006 and when he is not in the office enjoys snowboarding, surfing, motorbiking, and most sports.
Matthew grew up in Dunedin and at high school his passion for technical drawings led him to study Architectural Draughting at Otago Polytechnic. After graduating in 2002 he moved to Queenstown to work for Michael where until present day has worked on a wide variety of projects. Matthew enjoys mountain biking in his spare time as well as building and flying model aircraft.
Matt graduated with a NDAT in 2006 and worked for a Dunedin architecture practice until 2011, when he moved back to Queenstown, his hometown, to work for Michael Wyatt. Matt has worked on a range of residential and commercial projects, and particularly likes detailing and 3D work. Outside of work, he enjoys being on the lake or up the mountain.
Chris joined Mark Gray in July of 2016. Goals include mastering Archicad and striving to keep BIM alive. He has a keen interest in paragliding and has passion for the outdoors, loving the freedom of the hills.
Maria has been living in NZ since 2014, working in Auckland first, where she graduated with a Master of Architecture degree. She is interested in design for mental relief and restoration but also loves structurally and technically challenging projects. In her spare time, Maria is always outdoor collecting references for her watercolour and graphic artworks.
Anna moved to New Zealand in 2014, from Hungary. Ever since then, she’s been practising architecture in Queenstown. She’s all for BIM modelling, and thermally efficient building methods. When not in the office, she loves being in nature, traveling, or doing DIY projects.