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Daniel first joined Montgomery Sisam as a co-op student in the summer of 2003, assisting in the digital design and modeling of Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine Convent.
He returned in 2016 well-versed in municipal approvals and permitting processes, and with extensive professional experience designing large-scale mixed-use and residential buildings.
Leveraging comprehensive skill sets in many digital platforms, Daniel works to build out design concepts into 3 dimensional, integrated models to assist in design development and contract documents. The Carleton University ARISE project is exemplary of Daniel’s attention to detail, strong iterative approach to design, and creative problem solving.
University of Waterloo School of Architecture: Masters of Architecture, 2007
University of Waterloo School of Architecture: Bachelor of Architecture, 2005
Sisterhood of St. John the Divine Convent
Carleton University ARISE