Hello! I am an interdisciplinary designer, artist and educator with a practice spanning public art, industrial design, communication design, and architecture. I design primarily for public space and publications.
I am a graduate of the Master of Architecture program at the University of British Columbia, and hold a Bachelor of Design from the University of Alberta.
I am a lecturer at Emily Carr University of Design, and teach in the Fine Arts program at Langara College. Currently, I am co-leading of a research project titled Designing for Public Space supported by Living Labs at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. In 2018, I facilitated a series of workshops titled Making Space, in partnership with Arts Assembly and supported by the BC Arts Council. These participatory events looked at alternative methods for site specificity, intuitive responses to space, and the democratization of design (publication forthcoming).
My research focuses on design at the convergence of disciplines, analog and digital, 2D/3D/4D. Across these streams, emphasis is placed on how considerations for materiality, methodology, and technique are generative throughout process work—and ultimately manifest experientially. This work has expanded to consider how those outside of professional design and public planning spheres can gain agency in the conception and development of public space.
Follow these links to learn more about about my work in public art, or to see a publication I designed. For additional work samples, please send me a message.