Cameron is a commercial, retail, and mixed-use sector team leader in our Calgary and Toronto studios. Working collaboratively with all groups, he generates proven results through leadership, project commitment, technical excellence, and his ability to build and motivate large teams. Most recently, Cameron led the Curtis Block mixed-use development in the Calgary Victoria Park Beltline community. He was also the project architect lead for the Brookfield Place Calgary Office tower development, a 2.8 million-square-foot project in the heart of downtown Calgary. In 2008, Cameron worked in Nassau, the Bahamas, on the new departures terminal at Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport.
Technology is changing architecture and city-making, and Cameron is passionate about exploring the ways our team can develop and use new technology to do great work. Reducing costs, increasing effective communication, and bridging the gap between design and construction are just a few ways he hopes to make a lasting impression with his work.
If you could work a ‘day in the life’ of another discipline at DIALOG, whose would it be?
What gets you excited to start your day?
A morning run, then an early start at the studio.
Do you have a passion project outside of work?
I’ve started to develop a comprehensive family tree.
What do you listen to while you work?
We are at an interesting crossroads where technology will continue to cause unpredictable disruption in the AEC industry. I am excited to understand and embrace new ideas, technology, and ways to collaborate. Together, we can create positive change
Master of Architecture
Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies, Architecture
Bachelor of Arts, Geography
University of Calgary