Joelle represents the rare breed of Lower Mainland locals! She has spent her formative years in and around Vancouver, and continues to be intrigued by the juxtaposition of “a city in a rainforest.”
The element of intrigue is consistent in Joelle’s approach to life, and her profession. The fanciful notion that initially attracted her to landscape architecture – envisioning the inherent complexities in designing a fountain – has revolved around increasingly bigger questions as she gains further expertise and experience.
When not tackling the world’s problems with a collaborative approach, Joelle is just as capable of introspective craft: throwing pottery, sketching, and fermenting foods are among her favourites.