Jessica McGarry - Director

BSc. BArch (Hons) RIBA

Born and raised in Sligo Jessica read Architecture at University of Dundee. Beginning her architectural career at Taylor Architects Jessica then moved onto London to work for Thomas Ford & Partners. A practice which has an enviable reputation for its conservation work on some of the country's most important historic buildings.

Outside of architecture Jessica is an avid runner and can be seen most mornings out in the countryside training.

Steven Moon - Director

BSc. BArch (Hons) RIBA

Steven is the "local" within the practice growing up just around the corner from the office and then leaving home to complete his education at University of Dundee. Steven's first flavour of architecture was working at GM Design in Coleraine. In 2002 he then became a member of JM Architects in London practising as a project architect for 2 years.

Steven finds himself on the golf course most sunny evenings during the summer. Constantly trying to keep that handicap down.

Adam Currie - Project Architect


Adam completed his architectural training at University of Dundee during which he spent many a summers’ month at McGarry-Moon Architects as a young architectural assistant since 2010.  After graduating in 2012, living in London and working with the emerging vibrant practice ‘alma-nac’ Adam has since returned to become a full-time member of the studio.

Much of Adams time outside of the practice is spent looking through the viewfinder of a camera, riding a bicycle and in the not too distant future building his own house.


Chris Quinn - Project Architect


Chris became a member of the McGarry-Moon team in March 2014 after completing his Architectural studies at the University of Ulster.  Whilst there he was nominated for the RIBA Presidents medal and was awarded the RSUA Silver Medal for his final year thesis project, ‘Belfasts Contemporary Institute for Culture.’

He has previously worked for White Ink Architects in Belfast where he gained experience working on a number of hotel developments.