AP tutors graduated at the top of their class
from the best schools in the world. Now, they
work at some of the most competitive positions
within architecture & the built environment.

When you choose to work with us, you’ll be matched
with who we think will challenge you the most &
bring out the best in you. But if you’d like a particular
tutor, let us know during your consultation.


Tutor – Jesslyn graduated from New York University with a major in Urban Design and Architecture and a minor in Environmental Studies. She was awarded seven scholarships throughout her undergraduate years and completed Design Discovery at Harvard GSD prior working full-time. Over the last three years Jesslyn has worked in Communication, Business Development and Marketing roles within high-profile architecture & real estate firms based in NYC.


TutorSebastian graduated with first-class honours in BSc Architecture from the Bartlett UCL, and is completing his MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design at Cambridge. Before his undergraduate he gained admission to the AA, Cooper Union, Cornell, SCI-Arc and others, and completed an architecture intensive at Harvard GSD. As a student at the Bartlett, Sebastian served as Senior Mentor, worked for UK and US-based architects and artists under scholarships, and consulted for two separate admissions agencies before launching AP. After his undergraduate he worked for a studio in New York City.


Tutor – Ivy is a MArch student at the Bartlett UCL, where she also completed her undergraduate degree in 2017. Her expertise is on computational design research, a topic central to her own design ethos. She has worked with internationally renowned practices in London and Shanghai, and has been an admissions tutor for a total of three years before starting with AP.


TutorGrant graduated from the Bartlett UCL with first-class honours in BSc Architecture in 2018, and is currently completing his MArch at the Bartlett.  He has worked with architects and designers in both London and Jersey.

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