After 23 years of globe-trotting, Bridget has ended up in Vancouver B.C on unceded Musqueam territory where she attends the University of British Columbia. With a Bachelor’s in Linguistics and in the midst of a Master’s of Business Management, Bridget has a well-rounded background in language sciences, writing, business, design and web management.
Her passion is language, and she centres her work around this. She has been privileged to work with the Indigenous communities, specifically with Heiltsuk and Kaska, on language revitalization projects. The combination of her background in linguistics with her experience in website development allows her to design and manage language learning tools. She has also enjoyed working as a copy editor for academic journals like HIMALAYA and educational anthologies, alongside reporting and acting as 2018/19 Culture Editor for the Ubyssey.
She has worked on a wide variety of other projects: from designing corporate websites for an auto body paint corporation, to building a fieldwork management system for researchers in China, to creating graphics for everyone from non-profits to NASA (yes, that NASA).
Bridget is very interested in working on projects centred around language, writing and community involvement, as well as those of a web-based nature. More information about her work and how to work with her can be found throughout this site. If you’re already convinced, shoot her an email.