Heritage Canada The National Trust Conference – 2015

accepted to present living heritage research and grain elevator design work


Community Engagement in Gravelbourg, SK  – 2015

invited to facilitate community engagement sessions for Gravelbourg's Culture Days in re-imagine their wooden elevator's future potential

see student's drawings from school workshops online here    


Guest Lecture at University of Regina  – 2015

invited to lecture for Geography346 with sponsorship from the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Department of Anthropolgy, and the Department of Sociology and Social Studies  


Indian Head Re-imagining Presentation – 2015

public presentation for community demonstrating adaptive reuse potential for the towns remaining wooden crib grain elevators 


Building 22 – 2014

"The Place Where Guns Go To Die" and "SPROTT School of Business on Albert Island Proposal" published projects in the annual School of Architecture publication of top student work


Heritage Saskatchewan Annual Forum – 2014  

invited presenter for thesis research on living heritage and its application to grain elevators


Carleton University Heritage Symposium – 2014

accepted to present and participate in symposium for living heritage

full paper can be found online here


Building 22 – 2013

"Ambleside Re-development" published project in annual School of Architecture publication of top student work 

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