Heather has 20 years of experience in designing, leading, and managing award-winning projects in the residential, mixed-use, master plan and commercial sectors. Principal and Design Director at BDP Quadrangle, Heather is responsible for design reviews and elevating the design practices of the studio across all sectors. Heather is currently leading the design of Reina, the first all-female development in Canada. Having previously spent 16 years at architectsAlliance as a Senior Associate, her portfolio of work there included the St. James Cathedral Centre, the George Brown College Student Residence in the Canary District, and 158 Sterling Avenue: the new home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. She continues to be active in the architecture and design community as a sitting member of the City of Toronto's and the City of Ottawa's Design Review Panel, and also as a guest critic at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, as well as that of her alma mater, the University of Toronto Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design.