Bryan is a math-geek, computer-nerd, architecture-aficionado and a trained urban planner. He is passionate about design in both the physical and digital realms. His experience working in academic research settings helps us collect, analyze and visualize data to support our wellbeing research. His interests are broad, but together they help him pursue his dream of building better places for people.
Bryan has worked on projects that ranged from transportation, public space to housing design and research. He has a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Waterloo.