Her experience ranges between small-scale domestic renovation, art space projects, temporary interventions and international urban design for practices in Melbourne, regional Victoria, Brisbane and Darwin. She currently collaborates with local and international practitioners to create interiors, buildings and landscapes.
At MADA she teaches design studio, contemporary theory and supervises final year thesis students in Interior Architecture. She is also undertaking a Master of Environment with research focusing on urban uncertainty and climate change politics.
As part of Melbourne’s wider culture of design discourse, Charity has delivered a collaborative workshop at MADA with visiting urban collective raumlaborberlin, contributed to Architect Victoria and archiparlour.org, spoken at architectural debates organised by Openhaus, participated in the Young Victorian Architecture Group's Process sessions, curated the Australian Institute of Architects' Victorian Architecture Awards exhibitions in 2005 and 2006, and most recently been an active ‘re-writer’ of notable Australian women architects into history as part of the 2015 International Women’s Day Women.Wikipedia.Design initiative.
MADA’s teaching & research staff are creative professionals, leading practitioners and renowned researchers who are at the top of their game, nationally and internationally.