The Broke Architect
Russell M. Henderson (Architect Russell) and Jason BoyleThis is the eighth recorded episode of The Broke Architect Podcast brought to you by the Global Architect Alliance (GAA)
In this episode RIBA Nuclear Architect, Jason Boyle talk to Russell M. Henderson also known as Architect Russell, a British Architect who works in Tanzania. Russell talks openly about his struggles as an architect both in the UK, Thailand and Australia until moving to Tanzania. We discuss how he became a broke architect and how he was living day to day and even lost his architecture licence due to lack of funds. We move on to discuss how he recovered and now has financial freedom.
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Russell M. Henderson is a practicing RIBA Chartered Architect based in Tanzania, East Africa.
Russell (Architect Russell) also makes videos on YouTube , TikTok Instagram & Skillshare sharing thoughtful, honest and pragmatic knowledge while working and living abroad.
Architect Russell Uncensored is podcast talking about an architects life unfiltered. From the over long education of 7 years to controversial topics such as RIBA and ARB to unusual architect experience abroad like working in Bangkok and Tanzania. This is content never before released on any platform and you can only get it here first. The truth through the eyes of Architect Russell, unfiltered and uncensored.
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