Meet Our Team

Craig Harris

Craig Harris

Principal

Craig spent 16 years working in building design and delivery prior to commencing sustainability consultancy Low Impact Development (LID) P/L Consulting in 2009. Craig established LID due to a passion to have a more significant impact in creating better places – Better places in precincts, subdivisions, buildings and organisations.

Craig has a range of formal training and experience including ten years of sustainable development and waste consulting, and previously project management, landscape design, economics and finance. This experience ensures Craig’s sustainable building inputs consider options from all disciplines and lead to ideas that are progressive, feasible, and taken up by their clients.

Joel Notara

Joel Notara

Senior Sustainability Consultant

Joel is an innovative and driven sustainability consultant with extensive experience in energy, daylight and Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) modelling. With a background in environmental engineering and experience in both private and public sectors, Joel brings attention to detail and a practical perspective to all projects. He has developed his expertise in the sustainable built environment with involvement in many commercial, residential and industrial projects throughout Australia. Joel has experience undertaking and managing outsourced Council ESD referrals, which brings invaluable experience to play when managing client ESD submissions to Councils. Joel is one of our two LID project delivery managers.

Vickie Huang

Vickie Huang

Senior Sustainability Consultant

Vickie has both architectural and sustainability training and is an intelligent, efficient, and pragmatic sustainability consultant. Vickie is hands on! She has a passion for combining sustainable design and architecture with a vision to positively contribute to the wider environment.

She has completed a Master of Environments at the University of Melbourne, specialising in Energy Efficiency Modelling and Implementation, and has Green Star project experience as a Green Star Accredited Professional. Vickie also has experience as an outsourced on-site council sustainability officer, which brings invaluable experience to play when managing client ESD submissions to councils. Vickie is one of our two LID project delivery managers.

Fiona Murphy

Fiona Murphy

Sustainability Consultant

Fiona is a Sustainability (ESD) Consultant, experienced in providing holistic building ESD advice across the residential and commercial sectors. She is passionate about providing clients with practical, cost-effective, flexible and innovative design solutions. Fiona has had previous Architectural experience, having graduated from a Bachelor of Environments (Architecture) from the University of Melbourne, and is now nearing completion of her Masters in Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building at RMIT University. She is a Green Star Accredited Professional (GSAP) and is well versed in other sustainability rating tools, such as LEED and BREAAM in both a local and international context. Fiona also has experience as an outsourced on-site Council sustainability officer, which brings invaluable experience to play when managing client ESD submissions to Councils.

Ray Goodarzi

Ray Goodarzi

Sustainability Consultant

Ray has a Masters of Mechanical Engineering, a Post Graduate degree in renewable energy, and brings years of expertise as a mechanical engineer specialising in HVAC and renewable energy fields. He has worked on HVAC projects across a diverse range of buildings in Victoria. Ray joined LID to merge his combined interests in the natural environment, sustainable design, renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Andrea Vasquez

Andrea Vasquez

Sustainability Consultant

Andrea has a Masters of Energy Efficient & Sustainable Building with broad experience in a range of residential and commercial projects, and adept at providing holistic sustainable solutions. She is also an Industrial Designer with a specialization in sustainable building and is currently pursuing her Masters of Urban Planning and Environments degree at RMIT.

Danielle Pullin

Communications and Marketing Lead

Danielle is passionate about the capacity for story telling to contribute to meaningful and sustainable social change. She has experience in a variety of environments from IT, journalism, copywriting, publishing and editing, graphic design, and teaching and facilitating to high-level technical systems administration. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology and Linguistics), a Postgraduate Certificate of Arts (Development Studies) and has studied subjects from a Master of Arts (International Development) including environmental policy, social impact assessment and cultural heritage. She is currently completing a Master of Communications at RMIT University and has been volunteering in environmentally sustainable community development projects since 2013.
Leah Reynolds

Leah Reynolds

Waste Consultant

Leah has a Bachelors of Architecture and has 22 years of experience as registered architect, sustainability consultant and has knowledge across various life cycles of a building project. Her interests are in sustainable design, natural building, construction and consulting, waste management and permaculture. She specialises in waste management plans and sustainability advisory ranging from multi-unit residential and mixed use developments, office, hospitality, retail, aged care, health and industrial sectors. She brings a can-do attitude, builds good relationships with all of her clients, and ensures her projects run on time.

Leah is also a member of Architeam, Alternate Technologies Australia and the Permaculture Design Guild and has been on the steering committee of the Urban Agriculture Committee for Moreland City Council.

Steph Kilduff

Steph Kilduff

Sustainability Consultant

Steph is a Green Star Accredited Professional and has been employed with LID for three years, having completed a Bachelor of Environments specialising in Construction Management. She is currently pursuing further education in the energy field by undertaking a Masters of Energy Systems at the University of Melbourne. At the completion of this course, Steph will have a deeper understanding in renewable energy technologies and the energy market as a whole.

Steph has a practical approach to sustainability in the built environment, from concept stage throughout the different stages of building development, which has developed from her knowledge of construction methodologies and techniques. She has outstanding client relationship skills and is a motivated team member with a passion in sustainable living. She also has experience as an outsourced Council sustainability officer, which brings invaluable experience to play when managing client ESD submissions to Councils.