Photo by  Kyle Kesterson


For the past decade Eileen has been working in the fields of Architecture, Art and Design where she has managed large and small scale multidisciplinary projects that bridge these fields with the sciences, health and technology.

Most recently in August 2018, she co-led an art, music & neuroscience expedition to the Tayos caves in the Ecuadorean amazon jungle with the aim to bring attention to the need for their protection as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In 2015 - 2017 she co-led the Open Close project that brought together a collective of artists, architects, academics, musicians, scientists, web developers and fabricators to install art interventions in the Closes or ‘alleyways’ of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.

Eileen was born in Ecuador in 1986 and has been living in the UK for 22 years where she studied Architecture, Art & Design at Edinburgh University. Since 2007 she has also worked for a number of award winning practices on large and small scale architecture projects in both the private and public sectors.