Inspired by the Prairies
As of September of 2019, I moved to Guelph, Ontario to pursue a Master of Landscape Architecture to further my career and education. I am currently working and gaining experience working for one of the top Landscape Architecture firms in Canada. Once I finish my degree, and go from a landscape designer to a landscape architect, I will return to the prairies and continue my practice with a deeper knowledge and passion for prairie ecology.
For my Masters research, I am studying the symbiotic relationship between the bison, prairie ecology, and the First Nation's people of the prairies. Ultimately, I want to take this knowledge into practice to design projects that reflect, respect, and promote the bison, prairie ecology, and First Nation peoples of the prairies as well as all people who call the prairies home.
I prefer to use native prairie plants in my designs and to model the aesthetic off of the beautiful prairie landscape.