What I’m passionate about:

#Travel #Culture #Yoga #Adventuring #Wellness #Puppies #NatureExploration

I can’t live without:

Facebook Messenger. This is how I keep in touch with friends and family Australia 🙂

Go-to morning drink:

A cuppa

Pizza topping:

Bacon

I’m my best self:

If I’ve had a good start to the day and my priorities are clear.

Favourite podcasts:

Happy Place, Give Me Strength, Deliciously Ella and BBC Global News

Cause dear to my heart:

Cancer research and additional support for people with disabilities.

Communications Specialist

Sarah Linnegar

Sarah grew up in the Perth hills in Western Australia, "out in the sticks" as many people would say. She studied public relations and journalism at Curtin University, and completed a semester in the UK at the University of Hertfordshire. After working in Perth for some time, Sarah headed to the UK and worked in public sector communications for two years. Sarah recently moved to Vancouver and is excited to explore the city and nearby places over the next few years. A recent addition to the JDa team, Sarah is looking forward to adding value to the firm through strategic marketing and communications.
Education:

Bachelor of Arts (journalism & public relations), Curtin University, Perth, Australia

I’m most excited in architecture today about:

New ways to make structures sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Favourite space:

Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. This is one of the most stunning manmade structures I have ever seen, and the surrounding area is breathtaking.

A space that has affected me:

Almost all museums and memorials with a history about people or groups of people always affect me in some way. The design and presentation of information in these places also astounds me. A recent example is the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, Poland, which is also an incredible structure.

I wish I’d designed:

The attractions and trainline on Jungfrau Mountain in Switzerland. What a brilliant idea and an exciting challenge!

I chose Vancouver because:

Of the proximity to the mountains and the coast. I also love the outdoorsy lifestyle, and the milder climate compared to other parts of Canada appealed to me.

I’m inspired by:

My mum. She works all day with kids who have special needs and comes home and looks after my brother who has autism. She’s incredibly hard-working.

When I’m not working, you can find me:

Cooking, reading, off on a walk (ideally in nature), watching Netflix or out exploring new places.

Go-to unit of measurement:

Centimetres

I can’t live without:

Facebook Messenger. This is how I keep in touch with friends and family Australia 🙂

Go-to morning drink:

A cuppa

Pizza topping:

Bacon

I’m my best self:

If I’ve had a good start to the day and my priorities are clear.

Favourite podcasts:

Happy Place, Give Me Strength, Deliciously Ella and BBC Global News

Cause dear to my heart:

Cancer research and additional support for people with disabilities.

What I’m passionate about:

#Travel #Culture #Yoga #Adventuring #Wellness #Puppies #NatureExploration