I’ve been fortunate to work in some amazing places, with projects for parks, streetscapes, and historic sites throughout Alberta and British Columbia.
From June to October of 2017, the original document of Treaty 7 came home, 140 years after it was signed. An ongoing exhibit at Fort Calgary examines the lasting impact of this foundational agreement.
This inner-city park was used by the Calgary Lawn Bowling Club from 1929 to 2015. A two-sided interpretive sign stands on the spot of the former railing of the clubhouse.
A wetland complex close to Calgary International Airport lent itself to a theme tying features of the wetland to activities at the airport.
Prohibition turned deadly on the evening of September 21, 1922, when Constable Stephen O. Lawson was gunned down by rum-runners in front of his office, which was also his family home.
The RiverWalk project is a multi-use pathway on the edge of downtown Calgary. The portion hugging Fort Calgary needed a distinct look to interpret historical boundaries.
Sarah and her little brother Harry learn about Calgary’s history through visits to significant sites and encounters with storytellers in this two-volume anthology published by the Chinook Country Historical Society.
St. Patrick’s Island is one of Calgary’s oldest parks, on an island in the Bow River near the confluence with the Elbow River. A redevelopment emphasized connections with the ecology of place, including the role of flooding.
A series of four signs reveals the hidden volcanic history that continues to shape the park.