we are PROCESS

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PROCESS is a team of urban planners, designers and artists. Through collaborations and creative processes, our work transforms how we plan, design and experience places and communities. We provide stakeholder engagement, urban planning, cultural planning and public art services.


• Urban Planning + Design 

• Public Art + Cultural Planning

• Consultation, Engagement + Facilitation

• Arts-based Engagement 

• Data Analysis

• User Experience (UX) Mapping

• Strategic Planning 

• Development Approvals 

• Policy Development 

• Program Evaluation 

• Educational Workshops 

• Art, Installations + Video


2019-2023 Strategic Plan, York Eglinton BIA (2018 - ongoing)

Consultation for Centennial Park Master Plan Review, City of Toronto (Parks, Forestry & Recreation) (2018 - ongoing)

Consultation for Public Art Master Plan (Project lead: Workshop Architecture), City of Markham (2018 - ongoing)

Consultation for Kensington Market Public Realm Master Plan (Project lead: Studio SUMO, Partners: PMA Landscape Architects, Ken Greenberg, GPA), Kensington Market BIA (2018 - ongoing)

Developmental Evaluation of Cultural Programs (Partners: GPA, Openly), City of Toronto (Economic Development & Culture) + Toronto Arts Council (2018 - ongoing)

Meadowvale Character Area Study (partners: DTAH, Gladki Planning Associates), City of Mississauga (2018 - ongoing)

Stakeholder Engagement for Deep Retrofit Challenge Program Design, City of Toronto (Environment & Energy) (2018 - ongoing)

The Hub Project: Connecting Neighbourhoods Through Art, City of Kingston (2018 - ongoing)

Toronto Children's Services 2020-2024 Service Plan: Consulting Toronto children and families (Partner: Maximum City), City of Toronto (Children's Services) (2019 - ongoing)

Town of Whitby Culture Plan, Town of Whitby (2018 - ongoing)


• Arts Assembly

• City of Kingston 

• City of Markham

• City of Toronto (Children's Services; Economic Development & Culture; Environment & Energy; Parks, Forestry & Recreation; Chief Resilience Office)

• Evergreen

• Gardiner Museum

• Kensington Market BIA

• The Power Plant 

• Toronto and Region Conservation Authority 

• Town of Whitby

• Yellowknife Artist Run Community Centre

• York Eglinton BIA


Nadia Galati

Nadia is an urban planner and designer with expertise in planning, art and design. She is passionate about applying innovative methods to address urban and policy issues through sound analysis, action, and recommendations for decision makers in government, private and nonprofit sectors. 

Nadia's work includes cultural and land use planning, stakeholder engagement, qualitative and quantitative research, user experience (UX) mapping, placemaking, evaluation, policy and development approvals. She has experience leading multi-disciplinary teams and complex projects from conception to implementation.

Sara Udow

Sara is an urban and cultural planner, specializing in stakeholder and community engagement, public art and culture, land use planning, and policy.  She is dedicated to designing creative, inclusive and effective engagement processes that build community support and generate high-quality insights and action-oriented recommendations. 

As a skilled leader and facilitator, Sara adds significant value to teams working on a range of projects including master plans, public art and culture plans, development approvals and community benefits strategies. 

Sara is co-founder of Crazy Dames, an artist studio that uses arts-based methods in community development and city-building. Crazy Dames has delivered projects across Canada as well as internationally.

Jennie Suddick

Jennie is a multi-disciplinary artist and co-founder of Crazy Dames, where she uses arts-based methods to inform the community and city-building processes. Jennie is also the Manager of International Projects & Partnerships at OCAD University, and recently held positions as an Assistant Professor at OCAD U and a Lecturer at Ryerson University in the School of Creative Industries. 

In her art practice, Jennie has exhibited throughout North America, Europe and Asia. You can visit her website here.

Jamie McMillan

Jamie is an artist, designer and filmmaker working on a range of placemaking, stakeholder engagement, user experience (UX) mapping, and creative city building projects. Jamie produces documentary video, interactive animations, photographic publications, and creative graphic visualization. He is passionate about using new techniques and technologies to enrich the creative process. 



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