I'm a speaker, educator, researcher, writer, urban interventionist, and down-to-earth philosopher (MA, University of Toronto).
Permeating my work is an interest in how to incentivize environmentally and socially beneficial choices. My answer is to create meaningful experiences that help us understand the connection between our actions and their effects. I use this technique to promote recycling, human-centered architecture, living infrastructure, and ethically sourced goods and services. Check out my projects to see what I mean.
I enjoy exploring built and natural places by foot, bike, and canoe. My passion is examining wildflowers, trees, and geological features to better understand their surrounding environment. I once spent seven weeks paddling two thousand kilometers into the Canadian Arctic.
Come on my Blindfolded Tour this May with the Ontario Association of Architects!