Marta Farevaag is a founding principal of PFS Studio, an Urban Planner and Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners. For thirty years, she has been involved in planning, project management and public consultation on many of PFS Studio’s complex and multi-disciplinary projects. Her particular areas of interest are cultural landscapes, campus plans and heritage planning. Marta works at the interface of urban planning with landscape architecture and urban design. Areas of expertise involve design guidelines, land use planning, programming public space, commercial area revitalization, park and open space master planning, and public consultation processes. She regularly works on multidisciplinary teams addressing land use and urban design assignments. Marta has taught and provided critiques in the departments of landscape architecture, architecture and planning at UBC.