Rebecca Granger studied architecture at the University of Westminster and became a registered architect in 1992.
Rebecca began her professional career working for the iconoclast John Outram on the Judge Institute of Management Studies in Cambridge. From 1995 to 2006 Rebecca joined the practices of Sir Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones CBE, and later Sir Richard MacCormac as project architect on landmark developments such as the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, The National Portrait Gallery and the redevelopment of BBC Broadcasting House in Portland Place.
Rebecca has combined practice with teaching as senior lecturer in architecture at the Arts University Bournemouth.
When Rebecca is not being an Architect she is a keen sailor and is a busy mother to twin girls.