Writing

Reviews

Constructing the Image of a Nation (Notman, A Visionary Photographer, McCord Museum), The Site Magazine 37 (2017): 96-107

Exchange Centre (Lazaridis Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University), Canadian Architect (June 2017): 32-37

Architecture as Evidence / La preuve par l’Architecture (Canadian Centre for Architecture), SEQUITUR 3, no. 1 (December 2016)

On Making Art that Makes Itself (Our Mutual Friend: A Conversation with the Collection, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery), The Community Edition, July 2016

The Hambly House: Moderne ImprovementsCanadian Architect (April 2016): 18-21

Kitchener Public Library Central Branch, unpublished, April 2016 (mention, MAQ Young Architectural Critic Competition)

Shirin Neshat: Soliloquy (Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery), C Magazine 127 (Autumn 2015): 52-53 (winner, C New Critics Competition)

 

Essays

Notes on Writing SpaceOn Site review 34 (2016)

 

Interviews

“Lab Cult,” interview with Evangelos Kotsioris, The Site Magazine (forthcoming)

Artin’ Around Waterloo and Newfoundland, interview with John Hofstetter, The Community Edition, September 2016

 

Popular Press

Use it or Lose it: On preserving empty heritage buildings, The Community Edition, September 2016

Architectures of (De) ColonizationThe Community Edition, August 2016

 

Creative Writing

Untitled (poetry), The Community Edition, August 2016

Sunday’s Dream, Idea Exchange, April 2014 (winner, Poetry Contest for National Poetry Month)

“Gone,” Imprint, July 14, 2006 (winner, Summer Postcard Fiction Contest)

 

Academic Writing

Instruments as Evidence: An Archive of the Architecture of AssimilationJournal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 40, no. 2 (2016): 3-10 (winner, Martin Eli Weil Prize)

From Instrument to Evidence: Selections from an archive of assimilationARPA Journal 04 (May 2016)

Claiming Remnants: Intergenerational Representations and the Vicarious Pasts of Indian Residential SchoolsBreach 1 (June 2015)

“Don’t Let Fear Take Over” (master’s thesis excerpt), in Modern Laundry, ed. Benjamin O’Neil (Toronto: Colour Code Printing, 2015), 40-47

“Don’t Let Fear Take Over”: The Space and Memory of Indian Residential Schools (master’s thesis, University of Waterloo, 2015) (with commendation)

Ghosts of Prisons Past: A Prehistory of the Toronto South Detention CentreScapegoat: Architecture / Landscape / Political Economy 07 (2014): 47-67

Houses, Schools, Hospitals: ‘Indian’ Architecture and the Design of Genocide in CanadaUnmaking Things, June 26, 2014