Senior Associate, Architecture
BArch, BES, BFA, OAA
Graham is a seasoned architect with over 25 years of experience in North America, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom. He joins SvN after significant professional experience in several established Toronto architecture firms. Graham has an extensive understanding of projects of various types and scales, allowing him to move effortlessly between small, highly detailed renovations to large, complex buildings. Recent projects at SvN include a Toronto non-profit housing project at 25 Brenyon Way, Sutton Youth Services Transitional Housing, and lab spaces for DECIEM. Before joining SvN, examples of his architectural leadership include the Bloorview Research Institute at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, the City of Toronto's Nathan Philips Square "Spirit Garden," the Indian Residential School Survivors Restoration of Identity Legacy Project and the Fleming College A-Wing at the Sutherland Campus. His strengths are in project management, design coordination, and stakeholder engagement. Graham is an effective communicator, able to resolve conflict and build consensus quickly. These skills, combined with his technical knowledge, attention to detail, and collaborative management style, are invaluable assets to clients. Graham holds degrees from the University of Waterloo and Queen's University.