Earning her diploma at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), Katrina developed a wide array of skills and knowledge that have contributed with her passion for sustainable landscape design. Participating in functions such as map drafting for community planning and creating design drawings for landscape projects, Katrina puts maximum effort into everything she does. As an escape, she can often be found scouring Pinterest for new recipes or DIY (do it yourself) projects and exploring her new city. It’s safe to say that plenty of Katrina’s time is spent problem solving with AutoCAD and entertaining her creative side.
Lloyd Isaak brings a wealth of experience in public open-space design, natural and heritage conservation and project management. His experience spans over 31 years and is balanced between public and private sector work. His passion is to lead and deliver projects that enhance the quality of life for people within their communities. He has been involved, at the highest level, in delivering award winning projects and programs in various communities within Saskatchewan. Lloyd is a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Landscape Architects and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. He also has a diploma in Architectural Engineering Technology.
Certainly she’s fun, energetic and creative, but you’d be hard-pressed to find an adjective that can begin to capture the real Stephanie. A technical school graduate in Media Arts Production, Stephanie has taken her love of photography, film and graphic design and fused them all into an unexpected career as a CAD Technologist with Crosby Hanna & Associates. For an artist like Stephanie, the relaxed, friendly and inspiring atmosphere at Crosby Hanna feels so much like home, it’s a wonder she doesn’t wear pyjamas to work.
Stephanie’s great sense of humour and contagious, easy laugh instantly endear her to clients and co-workers alike. When it comes to work though, she’s downright serious – applying her artistic passion and eye for detail to every plan she designs. From drawing concept plans for the architects to photographing projects onsite, Stephanie’s creative muscle gets plenty exercise.
Karen has been in love with drafting ever since she chanced to take it as a high school elective. An Architectural Technologist with Crosby Hanna & Associates, she draws on her passion for design and a diploma in Architectural and Building Technologies from SIAST to help the landscape architects and planners take projects from concept to completion.
While much of her days are spent at the computer immersed in AutoCAD, Karen takes care of a gamut of things, ranging from preparing and printing project documents to contract administration, research, and clerical tasks. Somehow she even manages to find time to get a breath of fresh air once in a while on site visits. For Karen, the most rewarding part of her job comes from collaborating with co-workers, clients and consultants to deliver an exceptional end product.
Kyla’s Bachelor of Fine Arts degree coupled with summers spent in green space maintenance and nursery sales were all cultivating a keen but unknown passion for landscape architecture. The mixture of art, science, and working with people eventually led her to obtain her Master of Landscape Architecture degree. Now, as a Project Landscape Architect with Crosby Hanna & Associates, she is looking forward to the ever-changing challenges of landscape architecture from planting design to project management.
An animal lover and a self-proclaimed animal rescuer, Michelle enjoys spending time with her rescue-cat Gunther, and rehabilitating critters of all sizes. As a Landscape Architect at Crosby Hanna & Associates, Michelle enjoys watching projects come to life, by overseeing them from start to finish. From concept design to construction finish, she takes pleasure in both the creative and technical aspect of her work, allowing her to continuously grow her knowledge through hands-on work experience. With previous work and academic experience in cemetery and memorial design, Michelle approaches all her projects with the aim towards providing experiential, thoughtful and meaningful environments.
Michelle graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2011 with a Bachelor of Environmental Design, and 2016 with a Master of Landscape Architecture. Michelle is a member of the Saskatchewan Design Council and the Saskatchewan Association of Landscape Architects.