Brady was made an Associate of the firm in 2011 after nearly 8 years with DIALOG. His education includes a Bachelor of Technology in Architectural Science from Ryerson in 1995 and a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of British Columbia in 1999. He concluded the Master’s degree program with a study abroad term in Athens, Greece.
Since joining DIALOG in 2003, Brady has lent his keen but pragmatic sense of design, architecture and planning to a variety of projects types. His design and management experience is extensive and includes work in residential, cultural, retail, interiors, mixed-use, institutional, and transit sectors. Most notably, Brady was awarded a 2008 Governor General’s Award and World Architecture Award for the Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre in Osoyoos, BC for which he served as Project Architect. The facility is recognized internationally for its sensitive architectural response to the desert site and its leading–edge design and sustainable initiatives.