Informed by a multi-disciplinary design background in landscape architecture, urban design, and environmental planning, Hillary brings a particular interest in the relationship between urban landscapes and climate resiliency to MVVA.
Hillary received a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto, where she was awarded the ASLA Certificate of Honor upon graduating. Hillary earned a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Design and Sustainability from Dalhousie University’s School of Planning, graduating as a Sexton Scholar. Prior to MVVA, she worked with the Centre for Landscape Research at the University of Toronto and interned with a variety of design firms, where she developed a passion for proposals and concept design as well as large-scale master planning and urban revitalization. Her research and design work has centered around designing responsive forms of infrastructure in rapidly changing environments, which has been featured in LA+ Journal and Non-Architecture Journal.