Kim is an experienced planner with an integrated understanding of design and policy. Kim’s approach highlights the natural systems and humanistic qualities of places, often bringing forward aspects of landscape and local history. Prior to joining SvN, Kim worked in several contexts, informing planning practices in North America, the United Kingdom and the Middle East. Kim holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Manchester School of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning from Ryerson University. Kim is a Candidate Member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and is working towards full membership.