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Geyer Continues Growth With New Associates Announced

Posted/ 15 August 2012

Geyer is pleased to announce the appointment of six new Associates. Nigel Liau in Singapore, Jacinta Siebert in Brisbane, Kirsty Argyle in Sydney, Natalee Martin in Melbourne, Heidi Hansen in Wellington and Tim Goodred in Perth.


The Board and Executive Team appoint Associates in recognition of their contribution to the business, including striving for excellence in every aspect of their work and for mentoring and coaching younger professionals to develop their careers within the business and industry.


Nigel Liau

Nigel is a highly talented designer with expertise across the entire design and delivery spectrum. Nigel has worked on a range of high-profile projects such as American Express, ANZ Regional Headquarters and most recently, Citi Singapore.


Kirsty Argyle

Kirsty is a senior designer with over 14 years experience throughout Australia and the United Kingdom. Kirsty is an experienced project leader with experience across the retail, education, workplace, hospitality, aviation and health/aged care sectors.


Natalee Martin

Natalee is a talented designer with strong design delivery experience and expertise in service retail. Most recently Natelee has been working closely with ANZ on developing a new national retail concept and strategy.


Tim Goodred

Tim is a talented designer with design leadership and delivery experience and has successfully worked across many complex projects. Originally based in Geyer’s Melbourne studio, Tim relocated to Perth in early 2011 and has since been working on projects for clients including Curtin University, Kiewit and Qantas.


Jacinta Seibert

Jacinta is a senior designer with 10 years experience specialising in workplace, hospitality and retail projects. Jacinta’s recent experience includes working with Rio Tinto, Cooper Grace Ward and Brisbane Airport Corporation.


Heidi Hansen

Heidi is an experienced Workplace Strategist and brings diverse experience in the development of property and accommodation strategies. Heidi’s recent experience includes working with Citi, The Department of Labour, Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Education, Deutsche Bank and American Express.