Born in London, Jeremy Denn at the age of 5 moved with his family to Malawi Africa, where his father established a successful architectural practice, Montgomerie Oldfield and Denn (MOD) which operates today. It was his father’s influence and enthusiasm that led to his love of architecture.
Following school at Falcon College (Zimbabwe) and Sidcot School (UK), he went on to qualify as an Architect at Brighton Polytechnic (BA Hons) and is a member of the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects). He has had experience working in Africa with his father on prestigious projects such as hospitals, schools and palaces for the President. Jeremy has also worked in the US for a period of time. On return to the UK, he worked in Hertford and for the past 20 plus years has been working in the Saffron Walden area.