Guy La Fayette is a cultural creative with a wide variety of skills that can add value to projects requiring a multidisciplinary approach. He has an original way of thinking and the ability to perceive the bigger picture. These qualities make him an ideal advisor for new and developing enterprises. Guy is inspired by projects that address the global challenges currently reshaping our world with the aim of achieving significant social, environmental and economic benefits.
Some of his research projects have included: developing a cultural protection template for Aboriginal Tourism in British Columbia; exploring informal architecture and the transformation of Venezuelan society in Caracas; and managing and developing various research projects for an environmental building engineering practice in London.
Guy’s background is in arts and media. He graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto from what was then the Photo-Electric Arts department. As an artist, Guy has worked in both traditional and digital media and has exhibited and published work in Canada and the United Kingdom.