As a member of our urban planning and landscape architecture team, Lindsey has contributed to nearly 40 city-building projects in British Columbia and beyond. Her experience covers all scales, from establishing long-term, city-wide visions in the form of official community plans to the detailed design and contract administration of public spaces. Lindsey possesses strong insight into balancing streetscapes and the public realm with ecology and alternative modes of transportation. The breadth of her work allows her to think big while also considering feasibility and implementation.
A public engagement practitioner with a background in fine arts, Lindsey brings a dynamic skill set of graphic facilitation to engagement events and consultant workshops. She has completed her IAP2 Foundations in Public Participation training and routinely designs and delivers public engagement processes to inform urban design, land use, and planning projects. No matter the scale or typology, Lindsey draws on her passions for urban planning, landscape architecture, and engagement to deliver significant outcomes for the communities with whom she works.
What’s your favourite DIALOG initiative?
Aspire. Aspire is a great way to learn about some of the amazing projects that are underway at DIALOG, and to meet and connect with colleagues in other studios.
How do you spend your weekends?
Chasing my toddler.
What’s your favourite mode of transportation?
My own two feet.
I'm passionate about collaborating with our interdisciplinary team on great projects, and knowing that my work contributes to a more sustainable future for my children.
Master of Landscape Architecture
University of British Columbia
Bachelor of Fine Arts