Brienne is a recently minted architect who graduated from Dalhousie University in 2018. She has a background in industrial design and sculpture which, along with her architectural education, heightened her love of design and the process of building. Brienne leads TEAL's efforts in Victoria, BC.
During her time at Dalhousie Brienne was able to experience and develop an appreciation for the Nova Scotian landscape, both culturally and physically. She continues to learn more about this fascinating province through her work at TEAL.
In her spare time she is an avid rower and is often found out training on Vancouver Island's beautiful lakes. She was the 2021 World Beach Sprint World Champion in coastal rowing and currently competes internationally.