Patricia aspires to shape the world through socially responsible and environmentally conscious design. She completed her Bachelor of Architecture at McGill University in Montreal in 2006 and earned her Master of Architecture at McGill in 2008. In addition to working as an Intern Architect at the Toronto firms of Kregg Fordyce Architects+Planners, and Oleson Worland Architects, she has worked as an architectural designer in China with Brearley Architects and Urbanists in Shanghai and Guangxi Hydroelectric Power Design+Research Institute in Nanning. She joined PLANT Architect Inc. as an Intern Architect in 2015 and has been a fully licensed Architect with the OAA since 2017 and a PLANT Associate since 2021. In 2022 Patricia became a Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD). Her project management credits with PLANT include Superkids Pediatric Dentistry, many residential renovations, and comprehensive renovations and accessibility upgrades at St. Augustine’s Seminary to the Sanctuary, the Dining Hall, and 68 private chambers.