BFA Visual Arts and Graphic Design, UFV
Diploma Graphic + Digital Design, UFV – with Distinction
2018 – Present, Station One Architects
2016 – 2018, Graphic Designer, Chilliwack
2015 – 2016, Graphic Designer, Abbotsford
2014 – 2015, Graphic Designer, Abbotsford
Jess believes that simplicity and sweating the small stuff are key to creating effective marketing and design solutions. As the face behind the scenes of Station One’s marketing and graphic design, she gives fresh life to our proposals, website, and social media presence, drawing from her extensive experience. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Youtube to keep up to date with our day-to-day! She also loves telling stories through film production, and is part of the team that creates all of our in-house drone videos. Jess is well versed in numerous Adobe Creative Cloud programs including Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and is Station One’s in-house Indesign expert.
Jess has a passion for all things creative, ranging from dance to interior décor, photography, videography and gardening. Her hunger for learning carries her down new and interesting avenues, allowing her to continually expand her skills.
“Great execution is the ultimate differentiator.” – Margaret Molloy
BA, Liberal Arts College of Concordia University
Professional Writing & Communications Postgrad Certificate, Humber College
2021 – Present, Station One Architects
2021-2021, Proposal Writer & Communications Specialist, Vancouver
2020 – 2020, Proposal Writer
2018 – 2019, Proposal Writer
Nat is SOA’s in-house writer, providing creative copy for everything from high-stakes proposals to digital marketing. Experienced in adopting a wide range of different voices, she welcomes the challenge of finding you the words you didn’t know you needed.
Nat attended Montreal’s Concordia University, earning an interdisciplinary humanities degree covering Western philosophy, politics, history, music, and art. She then pursued a postgraduate certificate in Professional Writing and Communications from Humber College in Toronto.
Eager for any opportunity to put pen to paper, Nat wrote for marketing agencies, technology experts, HR recruiters, and event planners before finding her niche in the architecture world. Using her love of words to break down complex concepts into approachable language, she believes a good story can be sourced from anywhere.
Young Nat could often be found with her nose in a book… usually during gym class. While she remains a proud nerd to this day, she is now a nerd who also lifts heavy weights for fun in her makeshift home gym. She also enjoys exploring BC’s wilderness, preserving wild foraged food, and following Internet rabbit holes.