Associate + Director of Experience Outcomes
Keith has worked in several design mediums such as signage, wayfinding and placemaking, human factors, accessibility and brand design strategy. Keith holds a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from York University. His thesis, merging narrative psychology, spatial phenomenology, and cognitive factors to conceptualize the narratives of persons living with dementia presented at the Congress of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health in Vienna. Keith is a recipient of the York University Christopher Innes Interdisciplinary Studies Champion Award for exceptional academic achievement, research, and advocacy and serves as a Fellow at McLaughlin College. A member of the BrainXChange Design and Dementia CoOp, a guest speaker for the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) with peer-reviewed published works, found in Taylor and Francis Architectural Science Review.