I am an architect, licensed with the Ontario Association of Architects and based in Toronto, Canada. Since graduating in 2004 from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Architecture, I have worked primarily on the design of higher education, community and healthcare architecture, notably for university clients and those offering mental health, rehabilitation, long-term care and midwifery services.

In my past work with Montgomery Sisam Architects, LGA Architectural Partners and my current work with Perkins+Will, I've been a valuable team member on many of each firm's significant projects. Most recently I've been in the Project Architect role for the Bata Library renovation at Trent University, the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex at Ryerson University, and Engineering 7 at the University of Waterloo. I also prepared construction details for the ThreeC+ engineering school at the University of Western Ontario, a certified LEED Platinum building. With LGA AP I was designer, job captain and construction administrator of the Toronto Birth Centre, where my son was born three years after completion.

I am a Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD) and LEED Associated Professional. I have extensive experience in functional programming, managing user group consultations, space planning, design development, approvals, client and consultant coordination, construction documentation and construction administration. I have a track record and orientation toward fostering trusting client relationships that endure through working drawings to construction. I believe that architects have a privileged view into the lives of our clients and that careful listening and responsiveness lead to creative solutions to complex needs. I'm acknowledged by my peers to be a conscientious, organized and skilled designer who is able to carry a design's intent from start to completion.