Intrigued by the link between urban environments and well-being, Angela is fascinated with the relationships between people, spaces, and nature. She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of British Columbia. Having worked previously as a Communication Designer, she is familiar with creating cohesive links between graphic design, architecture, and the landscape. Her rich understanding of experiential design has fostered a unique and comprehensive approach to her landscape practice. Angela uses visual and tactile design elements to draw emotions from users within a space, creating meaningful experiences with intention. When she’s not working, you can find her in the backcountry camping with friends or getting her hands muddy at a pottery studio.