"I graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor in Architectural Science. My undergraduate thesis proposed freeing surface areas within cities for natural landscape by locating services and suitably-programmed spaces beneath cities. The design aspect explored the integration of mass transportation systems into the existing heritage and architecture of North American cities. I have worked at Adamson Associates, E.R.A. Architects and Hughes Condon Marler Architects gaining valuable experience in all aspects of design from proposals through to post construction.  I have also pursued a number of freelance projects, some of which were design build projects.  Through the not-for-profit Harambee 4 Humanity I continually volunteer my time by engaging with the community, designing, fundraising for and helping to construct a primary school for the Maasai village of Ewaso Ngiro in Kenya.  I have travelled extensively with my most recent trip being a 5 month long adventure through New Zealand and Asia.  I am currently a candidate for a Masters of Architecture at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada."

Source:
ALEC RING. "About me." Accessed August 15, 2016.
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