David holds a professional Master’s of Architecture from the University of British Columbia and a post-professional Master’s of Urban Design and Housing from McGill University. His research explores housing and community development in Northern Canada and has seen him contribute to projects based in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavik. His work has received various accolades including, the Cornelia & Peter Oberlander Prize in Urban Design, the Louis B. Magil Fellowship in Housing and the Norbert Schoenauer and David Farley Fellowship in Architecture. As part of the Minimum Cost Housing Group, he played a leading role in the award-winning 2017 Kuujuaq Hackathon. In addition to his continued involvement with the Minimum Cost Housing Group, he currently works at an architectural office in Montréal.