Nansi studied at the University of Nottingham and the University of Liverpool, where a lot of her studies focused on the care and regeneration of existing historical buildings, specifically designing in areas of sensitive context with the community in mind. She has recently qualified as an architect completing her Part 3 at the University of Westminster.
Her passion for historical and, specifically ecclesiastical, architecture stems from growing up in rural South Wales. During 2018 she worked as a Research Fellow at the Venice Biennale which allowed her to research the modern day use of church buildings around the city. This influenced her MArch dissertation which focused on a similar topic within the UK.
She can often be found sitting around sketching, and also enjoys taking advantage of the many art exhibitions and plays around London.