BCSLA Intern BLA B.Des
Born in Hong Kong, Christopher divided his early life between his uber-urban hometown and Vancouver before tackling a degree in graphic design locally at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design. His latest academic pursuits lead him to a degree in landscape architecture at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Having gained professional experience in both Hong Kong and Sydney, Christopher has elected to call Vancouver home, citing its cultural diversity, climate and spectacular surroundings as factors in his decision.
Christopher’s time spent immersed in the nearly unparalleled population density of Hong Kong left a lasting impression, instilling the value of green spaces and demonstrating the potential of landscape architecture as a means to mitigate conflict between competing land-uses and populations in the midst of urban development.
When not producing mind-blowing renderings, Christopher counts playing piano, hiking and swimming among his favourite extracurriculars.