I currently teach Design Theory and Interior Materials and Finishes through The Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. 

I rely on my experiences as both a design student and researcher to facilitate a process that is inclusive, employs critical thinking skills, and involves the acquisition of lifelong learning. I draw on these experiences to create understandable and relatable curriculum, in an environment that is conducive to a new generation of design thinkers and doers.

 
 
 
 

Sample student work:
Aga Khan Museum hat design by Sherry Kennedy
Tabula Rasa by Vivian Trinh
Her Majesty’s Pleasure building analysis and model study by Bernice Shum
Toronto City Hall building analysis by Guillaume Brière