What’s your favourite DIALOG project?
My favourite DIALOG project is Edmonton's Mechanized River Valley Funicular. Beautifully designed, it successfully makes the river valley accessible by bridging the hard gap between the urban and natural environment through an unforgettable experience.
What could turn any bad day into a good day?
Anytime I overhear people talking about how much they enjoy a space I’ve worked on, my troubles melt away.
What gets you excited to start your day?
I’m really motivated by city building. Working on projects that impact people and change the way we live our lives in urban environments is what it’s all about. My success on projects like the Evergreen Brick Works, East Bayfront and John Street have been a result of challenging the norm and working with others to own a new vision for our city.

Bryce joined DIALOG as a partner in 2020 and brings a wealth of experience and passion for city building through public realm. A seasoned landscape architect and urban designer, he’s known for his ability to navigate highly complex, multi-stakeholder projects from start to finish. Bryce has led countless teams over the past decade, adopting integrated design principles that have resulted in award-winning solutions for his clients and our cities.

Bryce believes design should respond to the social, environmental, and cultural context to support the thoughtful growth of our cities. From re-imagining Toronto’s Waterfront, to leading sustainable design across Canada, he believes in making urban space accessible and enjoyable for the entire community.

Many of Bryce’s most memorable projects have been widely recognized for creating amazing spaces. From his work in building Toronto’s waterfront, to the Evergreen Brick Works, the John Street Cultural Corridor, and the Lower Don Trail revitalization, his work has made a lasting, positive impact. As an active member of his profession, Bryce is also the recipient of several other City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Awards, the City of Brampton Award of Excellence, and the Reach for Excellence Award by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.

Bryce was elected by his peers to act as Treasurer and Executive Council Member for the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects, building the credibility of the profession and leading promotional efforts with municipal and provincial government leaders. He is active in the academic community having taught at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Bryce likes to keep his finger on the pulse as he’s often called upon to provide design critiques, discussion, and support to many universities across North American.

Bryce’s ambition and enthusiasm are infectious with a personable and professional approach that you can rely on to lead complex projects from beginning to end.


  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture University of Toronto
  • Bachelor of Arts, Geography York University