May So’s combined editorial and architectural skills have made her a valued asset within the office. She has contributed design and project leadership to the Woodward’s Redevelopment, the SFU Shrum Chemistry Renew, and TELUS Garden. May also played a significant role in coordinating and writing text for Body Heat: The Story of the Woodward’s Redevelopment and Towards An Ethical Architecture: Issues Within the Work of Gregory Henriquez. May is from Hong Kong and she holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia.
May is driven by social justice: “Valuing the dignity of every human being focuses my work on providing individuals—particularly the marginalized and vulnerable—equality of opportunity by attending to their needs for a sense of place, security, and belonging. I advocate for and participate in civic-oriented projects that build collaborative relationships of respect and compassion and that advance the right of every person to live in socially, economically, and environmentally healthy communities.”