At Outside! we're dedicated to helping people reconnect with the landscapes around them in order to bring a sense of awe and wonder back into daily life. Since 2006, we've collaborated with our clients to create beautiful spaces. We would love to help you with:
- Living Architecture
- Parks and Public Spaces
- Urban Design
- Urban Renewal
- Residential Design
- Habitat Restoration
- Active Living
- Visualization and Model Building
Principal Landscape Architect at Outside! Planning and Design Studio, Sue is a year-round athlete and avid traveler. Her projects reflect her sense of adventure and love of the outdoors. Areas of practice include landscape architecture, exterior living walls & green roofs, design for public places and amenities, habitat restoration, green building design and watershed planning. Sue blends innovative design ideas, landscape architecture and environmental planning skills to create bold, dynamic spaces that enhance the world around her.
Sue is a member of the CSA Sub-Committee on Natural Play and recently completed two terms as a member of the HRM Design Review Committee. In this capacity, she reviewed all development proposals in the downtown core that incorporated the urban form and streetscape guidelines resulting from the HRMbyDesign process. Sue was instrumental in ensuring a higher level of attention to the integration of the public realm in development projects in Halifax. Sue was the first LEED accredited professional landscape architect in Nova Scotia (US GBC 2001) and has been involved in over 30 LEED projects in association with Solterre design, including the new Halifax Library.
Assistant designer and drawing technician at Outside! Planning and Design Studio, Jamie's work in landscape architecture is supported by an extensive visual arts career. As a designer and instructor he has spent over twenty years making, critiquing and coordinating installations for public and private events, from commissions to permanent and temporal installations. His film history includes art direction, set decoration and production design for screen and television. As a fitness trainer he is keen about creating healthy, adaptable environments for activity and relaxation.
His design approach in landscape architecture is to convey multiple levels of meaning and to reveal things that connect people with one another and their surroundings, be it built urban environments or natural settings.