Born and raised in the GTA into a loving family, with supportive friends and co-workers, I have been extended opportunities that have helped shape who I am, and much of what I do in life. I learned early on, how showing respect for both the people and environment around me, opens doors to great places and gratifying experiences.

Exposed to the construction trades at a young age, I was inspired by the creativity and talent of my father, Edward Bric, who was renowned for his skills in the trades of finish carpentry and cabinetmaking. He demonstrated in all of his work that the proper appointment and execution of the smaller details, model the difference between a job well done, and that of something superlative.

My desire to pursue a career in Architectural Design was emboldened by the charisma of my outstanding high school shop teacher, Jonathan Mondelli, at St. Paul Secondary School in Mississauga. I attended Sheridan College thereafter, and have since completed my education in Architectural Technology where I trained to produce illustrated concepts, working plans and 3D renderings using modern and traditional techniques.  As a confident, open-minded leader and team player, I continuously critique my own work and offer my own constructive support to that of my peers.

I am particularly resourceful and will admit to having a seemingly un-ending list of projects in queue, often inspired by recyclable items and materials that come available. My work is a hobby, and design and application is my lifestyle, passion and calling.

I thank my family, peers, mentors and faculty of Sheridan College for their support along the way, and onwards.


Jonathan Edward Bric