Formal education in New York City, holds a diploma in Archival and Records Management Practices (Toronto).
Her appreciation for architecture comes from living in a city that has almost every style of the built form and a multitude of people stories. She is an advocate for heritage conservation, conducts walking tours and undertakes historical research on a freelance basis. "Corktown: The History of a Toronto Neighbourhood and the People Who Made It," is the first book written on the area's history; from the time lots were first sold in 1819 to just past the Great War.
(“The book is a well-presented keepsake.”)2018