Ray Moxley studied at the Oxford School of Architecture and went on to hold several posts in key architectural institutions. He founded his own practice Moxley Jenner & Partners in 1953. He was a lecturer at the Royal West of England Academy School of Architecture at Bristol University during the 1960s.
He was President of the Bristol and Somerset Society of Architects in the 1960's and Chairman of the Society for Advanced Methods of Management during the 1990's the decade where he was appointed First Honorary Librarian of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He was also appointed a Governor of the West of England College of Art during the 1980's.
Ray Moxley was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the University of the West of England and has won two International Competitions one for Chelsea Harbour and the other for the London International Exhibition and Conference Centre 'Excel'. He has exhibited most years since 1977 at the RWA Annual Exhibitions.
Writing about the influences that have shaped his work he opines: 'My year tutor Arthur Korn who taught at the Oxford School for several years after the war generated enthusiasm for Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright , Max Fry and the leading structural engineers of the decade. I have developed a wider view and enjoy variety in architecture in the context of spaces, avenues, crescents, squares and vistas. I am now designing catamarans, a life long interest'.