Emily Campbell graduated with a Masters of Architecture from Dalhousie University in 2013. Her academic career culminated in a study of historic urban neighbourhoods in Montreal as the basis of design for a high-rise mixed use building where inhabirants could experience ‘meaningful urban dwelling’. Since moving to St. John’s the same year she graduated, Emily has worked as an Intern in Architecture at Fougere Menchenton, chaired the board of a non-profit called Assembly and founded the Wandering Pavilion, a temporary structure aimed at fostering a design culture in the province. She has volunteered with many organizations including the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Architects, the St. John’s Board of Trade, and Happy City St. John’s. Emily writes a monthly column, called Urban Form in local cultural newspaper the Overcast. In 2016 she started a company called Yorabode, which is still in early developmental stages.