Joining Bryden Wood in 2007, Leonardo worked internationally as an industrial designer and 3D modeller on multidisciplinary projects, such as retail, product and interior design.

His first challenges on Bryden Wood focused on the development of complex panel geometries and steelwork solutions for the Liverpool Street Crossrail Station, ensuring maximum model quality and optimised use of materials.

He has also created a series of automated gantry models for Highways England, allowing for the quick generation on multiple bespoke gantry models from a single master model, vastly reducing person-work hours required in the design process.

Leonardo is currently applying the knowledge gained from previous projects giving support to the systemization team and designing cladding solutions for the new metro stations on Battersea and Nine Elms.