LARC540: Site Analysis
and Planning 


School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture
University of British Columbia, 2019 - ongoing

ARC356: Design History of Landscape Architecture 


Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
University of Toronto, 2020

ARC452: “Hewers of Wood, Drawers of Water”:
Designing Canadian
Energy Futures


Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
University of Toronto, 2021

ATSU201: Canada, Japan, and the Pacific: Cultural Studies


Faculty of Arts
University of British Columbia, 2018 - ongoing



Student Supervision


Prospective graduate students are welcome to get in touch.
I currently supervise students in architecture, landscape architecture, geography, and environmental studies.

Kathryn Reeder
BA student, University of British Columbia
Research project: The petro-material fix: Unconventional hydrocarbon development in northeastern British Columbia.

Luis Fernando Yanez
MArch graduate, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: “Me Encanta”: The exploration of an unorthodox embassy in Venezuela.

D’Arcy Hutton
MLA graduate, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: Mourning and memory in the age of topocide
D’Arcy is a 2020 CSLA Award of Excellence recipient.

Divine Ndemeye and Karen Kang
MLA and MArch graduates, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: Bujumbura 2050: A new design matrix.
Divine is a 2020 Landscape Architecture Foundation National Olmstead Scholar.

Félix Antoine Lalonde Lavergne
MArch graduate, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: Tales of the traveling dust : Heterarchical narratives of a dusty imaginary.

Andrew Butt
B.Sc. graduate, University of British Columbia
Research project: Mapping British Columbia’s water-energy nexus.

Celia Winters
MLA graduate, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: Spaces for witness : Designing for the post-extractive archipelago.
Celia is a 2018 Schwabenbauer Scholarship recipient.

Sam McFaul
Joint MArch + MLA graduate, University of British Columbia
Thesis project: The red herring impetus.
Sam is a 2019 CLSA Award of Merit recipient.

Mark