Kelty McKinnon brings a diverse background in landscape architecture, public art and environmental studies to PFS Studio. For nearly two decades she has specialized in projects within the public realm, committed to the creation of unique, innovative and meaningful urban space. She is interested in the intersection of emergent and deliberate cultural and ecological forces, and is highly committed to research, collaboration and engagement in the design process. She has taught numerous design studios at UBC, and is a regular critic, lecturer and juror. Kelty writes on diverse topics associated with landscape for several books and journals and her artistic and design work has been shown in London, Vienna, New York, Berlin and Vancouver.