PhD (McGill) MLArch (Res) (Adel) BLArch (Hon First Class) (Adel) BDesSt (Adel)
geographer / educator / mentor / landscape architect / naturalist / place maker / oral historian / scholar
“My work and thinking in geography, anthropology and landscape architecture is informed by field experiences and learnings from around the world, particularly from interactions with Indigenous experts and non-Indigenous knowledge holders, whose livelihoods and identity depend on the land and the sea”
I am an award-winning landscape architect, geographer and anthropologist with an interest in Indigenous environments. In 2019, I received an Endeavour Executive Leadership Award from the Australian Government. This Fellowship enabled me to conduct four months of dedicated leadership development on place-making at the University of Virginia’s School of Architecture’s Center for Cultural Landscapes. I hold an Adjunct Associate Professor (Research) position at the University of South Australia. And since 2011, I’ve been a Research Associate at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. I’ve undertaken consultancies, design, cultural mapping, and oral history projects with Indigenous communities and organisation in Australia, Fiji and Arctic Canada. My recent book, with Kenneth L. Pratt, is titled Memory and Landscape: Indigenous Responses to a Changing North (2022, Athabasca University Press).
Click on the images below to see the range of activities I’ve been working on as a scholar, educator, designer and consultant over the past 20 years. I’ve held academic and leadership positions in Australia, Canada, and the USA. See here for more on my background and influences.
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I acknowledge the Indigenous owners of the land upon which I live and work, and pay my respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.