Teague graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master of Architecture in 2014. Prior to completing her Master degree, Teague attended the University of Alberta where she completed a combined Bachelor degree with a major in Industrial Design and Visual Communication Design and minor in Sociology. Teague began her architecture career in Edmonton with Group2 Architecture where she gained experience working on a variety of institutional projects including libraries and primary and secondary schools located within the city and throughout the province of Alberta.

Teague joined Proscenium in 2016 and has quickly become an integral member of the team. Teague’s strong design sensibility, attention to detail, and effective communication skills have allowed her to seamlessly transition to various projects roles and team structures within the firm. Teague values architecture’s ability to enhance positive social, emotional and physical connection with the built environment and aims to bring human-centered design approaches to the projects in which she is involved.

Recently, Teague has been an active team member in the design, tendering and construction documentation of UBC’s Electrical & Computer Engineering Building Renewal (MacLeod Building).