“My life’s passion is to use collective creativity to innovate bold solutions to challenges beyond what seems imaginable.”
I thrive in environments of innovation and experimentation and love exploring and perfecting radical new concepts. I am known for visualization, foreseeing and preventing design challenges, start-to-finish project implementation, and developing sound solutions to complex challenges. I have a diverse background that includes 15 years of extensive training and hands-on experience as a Red Seal journeyman carpenter/contractor, combined with conceptual design skills from one of Canada’s leading design schools–Emily Carr University of Art and Design. This mixed background provides a broad knowledge of creative processes and design techniques, a deep understanding of the limits and potentials of many materials, the ability to strategize and coordinate with clients and other departments, and, importantly, an appreciation for the value of hard work and finding the best and right result.
My life’s passion is to use my curiosity and imagination to apply collective creativity to innovate bold solutions to pressing challenges beyond what seems possible.
Ambitiously developed creative processes and design skills for the generation, iteration, and implementation of conceptual and physical-based design projects.
Cultivated proficient carpentry skills and knowledge, meeting national qualification standards.
Collaborating at BC Children's Hospital with a cross-functional team to create an MRI simulator for a neuroimaging lab, facilitating crucial psychiatric research implementation.
Contributed to the collective construction and completion of various custom homes, interior renovations, and other design projects throughout the province of British Columbia.
CAD Design / Rhino3D
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