I'm Sisley. I am a designer, architectural technologist, illustrator and model maker who is inspired by simple, relevant sustainable designs that set high standards in craftsmanship. As a child, I loved spending time at my desk creating "art" with anything I was able to find. Today, you can find me collaborating with different designers and going on adventures around the city to find inspiration.
I have worked on numerous projects that range from the small scaled projects, like creating custom jewellery pieces, to large-scale projects such as the 8000 square foot exhibition, MOVE: The Transportation Expo, which took place at Evergreen BrickWorks. My work has been featured at the Interior Design Show, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Come Up To My Room at the Gladstone Hotel, and in websites and publications such as Designlines, MOCO LOCO, QUIP, and American Craft.
With my educational background in Architectural Technology and Interdisciplinary Design Strategy at the Institute without Boundaries, George Brown College, I am able to participate in all phases of design and development. This includes everything from the early conceptual stages of designing, to creating technical drawings, working with fabricators to finish a project and project management. As well, I love working with different designers from different fields and learning their language and views.
If you would like to collaborate on any projects, feel free to contact me!