Architect, Artist and Educator: Her work explores the intersection of art, architecture and the built environment to transform ways in which we experience contemporary urban public space - to address many of the social, cultural and political issues of transnational relevance in order to create dialogue that is engaging and thought-provoking in the public domain. She believes in the role of architects as social agents of change.
Zamila holds a post-graduate Architecture degree in Cultural Mediations and Technology from McGill University with a focus on the power of public space to promote spatial and social justice for all citizens. She also has a terminal Master of Fine Arts interdisciplinary degree from University of Georgia in Digital Media and Interior Design. Her undergraduate professional B.Arch. Degree from Southern California Institute for Architecture under the tutelage of California five architects was influential in her life-long research pursuit on space and it's impact on public at all levels which continues to this day.