Wezley is the Principal at Starki Architectural. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science with Honours Degree in Architectural Design & Technology from Cardiff Metropolitan University’s School of Art & Design in 2012, he undertook Initial Teacher Training in Secondary Education. Wezley is qualified as an Outstanding teacher of Design & Technology, Engineering, Construction, Technical and Computer Aided Design & Manufacture. He has worked in secondary schools and sixth form centres, mainly in areas of significant social depravation, to develop and inspire the next generation of designers and manufacturers. A challenging job, this hasn’t stopped Wezley from achieving his career aspirations of educational management, having led in Senior Leadership roles including Head of Design & Technology in his second year, in one of the UK’s top performing schools. By his third year he completed his PG Dip in Education.
In March of 2016 Wezley was headhunted to make significant improvements to a group of qualifications as a Head of Faculty in a school where students were underperforming. Within his first term the faculty was transformed and continued to make outstanding progress with exceptional praise from senior leaders in education and the local community.
In July of 2019 Wezley incorporated Starki Limited. Realising that the business would require full-time commitment Wezley left teaching to pursue his passion for Architectural Design and business. Wezley has extensive experience in leading various high profile projects, managing teams and delivering to a wide range of audiences, with his unique and inspirational formula for success. He combines business strategy with leading Starki’s commercial-based projects. Wezley is passionate about building solid and long-lasting relationships with Starki’s clients through professional and carefully considered practice with a focus on achieving consistent client satisfaction. He is registered with CIAT and is working toward Chartered Status alongside Starki Architectural as a registered practice.