Scott Kemp was raised in Vancouver and obtained a Structural Engineering degree at University of British Columbia. He studied Architecture in the UK at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh School of Architecture and at the Architectural Association. In 1988, Scott became a registered architect with the Royal Institute of British Architects. From 1988 to 1994, Scott worked for renowned Japanese architect Shin Takamatsu, first in Kyoto and then in Berlin, Germany. In 1994, Scott returned to the West Coast and became a member of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia in 1996. He was a Partner in Omicron and is now Principal of Scott Kemp Architect, which is licensed in Western Canada and the Pacific North West. During his career, Scott has demonstrated his thorough understanding of structural engineering principles through refined and thoughtful design. Several of Scott’s projects have been recognized for their excellence, including designs which received BC Wood awards in 2005, 2007, and 2011 as well as an Architectural Steel award in 2004.