Hillary DeWildt is a Landscape Designer at SvN. She earned her Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto, where she received the American Society of Landscape Architects Award of Honour upon graduation. Hillary previously completed a degree in Urban Design and Environmental studies at Dalhousie University, earning distinction as a Frederick H. Sexton Scholar.
In addition to previous work at SWA Group in California and North Design Office in Toronto, Hillary has held research and teaching assistant positions in landscape architecture, urban design and representation at the University of Toronto. Her research and design projects have been centered on designing infrastructure that is responsive to rapidly changing environments, specifically working with communities facing managed retreat due to climate change.
In her current role, Hillary seeks to enhance connections between ecological systems and public infrastructures to create strategies that increase the resiliency of the built environment.
Hillary is an Associate Member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA), working towards full membership.