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Ryan Gorrie  

Kaupapa Whanau

International Architecture, Design, Art

Ryan Gorrie is a member of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (Sand Point First Nation on Lake Nipigon). He is a licensed architect in Manitoba, Canada and is a Senior Associate of Brook McIlroy, leading the Winnipeg, MB, CA office.

Ryan played a key role as a designer and artist of the multi-award winning Spirit Garden on the waterfront in Thunder Bay. The Spirit Garden was conceived through a series of workshops with representatives from Indigenous communities in and around Thunder Bay.

Ryan brings a keen sense of detail and design excellence to his work and has been involved in a variety of design projects for communities, organizations and individuals. Descended from the Red Rock Band, Fort William First Nation and Rocky Bay First Nation, Ryan has a strong sense of identity. He strives to ensure the perpetuation of Indigenous culture through creative opportunities ranging from the crafting of traditional items for ceremonial use to large-scale landmark architecture such as the Spirit Garden.

Ryan Gorrie

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