McGill University, Master of Architecture, 2007
McGill University, Bachelor of Science, 2005
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Member: LEED Accredited Professional
Brampton Courthouse Addition Phase 2 & Toronto Region Bail Centre, PDC
MAG Justice Centres
B.Sc., M.Arch, OAA, LEED AP
Sherry joined Montgomery Sisam in 2016 with an impressive and varied portfolio of local and international projects. She is exceptionally versatile as an architect, working through all phases of design and construction, across several building sectors, including institutional, commercial, and healthcare.
Sherry has played pivotal roles on several of the firm’s high-profile projects, including Ontario’s first Butterfly model-inspired long-term care home in Brampton, and the City of Toronto’s first Modular Supportive Housing. She has particular expertise in justice architecture and courthouse design. In her work with MSA, she served as the Project Coordinator for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s pioneering Justice Centres initiatives, as well as the Brampton Courthouse Functional Program Verification and Design Test-Fit.
Sherry is committed to creating positive and lasting change through the power of place-making by developing a deep understanding of the communities she serves and thoughtful responses to their needs. With strong design sensibility, technical proficiency, and organization and coordination skills, she consistently plays a vital role in satisfying client expectations, addressing rigorous project demands, and facilitating the implementation of these demands under challenging time and budget constraints. Her aptitude for uncovering areas of untapped potential in a project and developing solutions that effectively blend the visionary aspect of design with the practical ones make her a valuable asset to our practice.
Sherry is the past recipient of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Student Medal and the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal and Certificate of Merit for design excellence.