Carrie McMath grew up in South Western Nova Scotia in a small fishing village on the coast. She earned her Masters of Architecture degree from Dalhousie University in 2016 and has been working in New Brunswick since graduating. She is actively working towards becoming a registered member of the Architects Association of New Brunswick. Carrie is interested in rural architecture and how function drives design through innovation and creative thinking. She loves all things craft – spending her time painting, baking and knitting lots of pairs of socks!