Since she was a teenager, Stephanie has been fascinated with the idea of how people move through space. Perhaps it was her early training in ballet that made her attuned to this, but her focus eventually turned to the built environment, and how we relate to—and move between—the spaces and structures around us. After completing her architecture degree, Stephanie began practice in 2002, and ultimately joined the firm in 2014. She’s worked on a wide range of projects during her career—everything from small signage and wayfinding commissions to large affordable housing complexes and mass-transit design. Her favorite work is that which serves the public. Especially with affordable housing, she says, “This is work that has a social purpose. It’s work that benefits the public and people who may not have access to conventional realms of great architecture and design.”
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Stephanie is active in the Vancouver studio’s Women’s Leadership Initiative committee.