Master’s of Architecture, Carleton University Azrieli School of Architecture + Urbanism, 2021
Environmental Design Year 1 + 2, OCAD University, 2018
University of Toronto, Exchange: Loire Valley, France, 2012
Bachelor of Arts History Specialization, University of Western Ontario, 2013

Professional Affiliations

Intern Architect: Ontario Association of Architects

Founding Member: Architecture Lobby Odawa Chapter

Major Projects

Amica Islington Village
Ronald McDonald House Atlantic

Seaton Long-Term Care
University of Toronto Mississauga New Student Residence

Camille Ringrose


Camille is an OAA Intern Architect who joined Montgomery Sisam in 2023. She brings a variety of experience that includes multi-unit residential, education, library, and community spaces. She leveraged her writing and visual communication prowess to lead RFP’s, contribute to municipal design guidelines, and lead design charettes.

Camille’s experience includes project and consultant coordination, contract administration, and developing design solutions for multiple affordable housing projects across Toronto and for public and private school boards. She has also acted as an architectural advocate on behalf of the City of Toronto.

Camille is a founding member of Architecture Lobby Odawa Chapter, a collective advocating for sustainability, justice, equality, and inclusivity in architectural pedagogy. She also previously engaged and trained youth in design and architectural principles for a community-led design of a pavillion in the heart of the Lawrence Heights community in Toronto. She is the recipient of various design awards and has been featured in numerous publications.