Paulette (she/her) is Co-Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of Like A Prayer Magazine. A recent graduate of a Master’s in Architecture from Dalhousie University, she is working as an Junior Architect at MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in Kjipuktuk-Halifax, Nova Scotia. Paulette’s graduate thesis – entitled Invoking Memory: Traced Narratives of Mabou, Cape Breton – focused on framing and reframing memory in a landscape-driven process. Her work teases the boundaries between art and architecture, demanding a critique of theory and process. Among her body of work, she has exhibited Newfoundland/Lines, featured in the Rossetti/Watson Exhibition; Suitcase as part of the Public Architecture Copenhagen Studio’s open exhibition; and Fabrics of Power: Past and Future presented in the Amsterdam Urban Systems Studio. She was also a contributor to Catherine Venart’s Conceiving the Plan: Nuance and Intimacy in the Construction of Civic Space exhibited in honour of Diane Lewis at the 2021 Venice Biennale. Paulette brings a nuanced design lens to the team at Covert Art Collective where she seeks a deeper understanding of process through the persons and rituals that construct it. She also currently co-hosts a radio show on CKDU 88.1 FM with her sister, Josefa.