Terence Radford is a registered landscape architect in the provinces of Ontario (OALA) and British Columbia (BCSLA), and a member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA). He has over eight years of experience in green infrastructure, landscape planning, urban design and environmental design. Radford carries a bachelor’s degree in the fine arts from the University of Victoria and a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia. He is a principal at Trophic Design, an Indigenous-owned and operated practice in the field of landscape architecture.
As a member of the Métis Nation and an Indigenous Practitioner, Radford is an advocate for increased representation in landscape architecture. He has been an ongoing supporter of Nikibii Dawadina Gigwaag, an Indigenous youth education and training program, since 2018 and a member of the CSLA Reconciliation Advisory Committee since 2020. Recently, Radford joined the Daniels Faculty as a sessional instructor, teaching a first-year MLA studio on reconciliation and Indigenous perspectives in design.