June 19, 2018 | Archives
June 19, 2018
New Staff Announcement!

We are pleased to welcome three new talented additions to the LM/ESP team.

Amanda Dyrkis C. Tech
Architectural Technician

Amanda worked as a Draftsperson for the Winnipeg School Division in-between school terms, while completing the Building Design CAD program at Red River College. She graduated with an honors diploma in April of 2013, following graduation she started working as a Drafting Technician for an engineering firm and brings four years of technical experience to the team at LM Architectural Group. Outside of work, she likes to stay active and is a part of the running and biking community. She enjoys a variety of hobbies such as singing, leatherwork, auto mechanics and welding, on the weekends you will most likely find her working on her Jeep.


Leah Komishon B. Env. D.
Design Assistant

Leah is a graduate of the University of Manitoba’s Environmental Design Program and is a Master of Interior Design candidate. At University, Leah has been recognized for her academic achievements with a place on the Dean’s List, and was awarded the Roy C. Rettinger Graduate Scholarship for Interior Design, as well as the Tamara Kucey Memorial Scholarship. Leah has worked in the faculty of Architecture as a grader for both history and technical drawing classes at the first and fourth-year levels. She also volunteers as a Student Ambassador for the faculty.

Leah is especially grateful that her University experience has encouraged her love for travel. She has participated in a course that took her to Israel and Palestine, and recently journeyed to Turkey with her Masters of Interior Design studio class. In her free time, Leah enjoys nothing more than curling up with a mystery novel and a mug of tea.


Kazel Domingo B. Env. D.
Design Assistant

Kazel Domingo was born in the Philippines and came to Canada in pursuit of developing his creative and intellectual skills as he is one with great passion in arts and design. He has recently completed his Bachelor’s Degree of Environmental Design in the Interior Design Program and was recommended by a professor at the University of Manitoba to become a part of the team at (LM/ESP). His primary design principles include sustainable practice, innovation, creativity, attention to details, as well as detecting problems and striving to find the most efficient and effective solutions.

In terms of designing, Kazel is an enthusiast in retail and hospitality; nevertheless, he prioritizes diversity, thus, strives to challenge himself in all practices. To mention a few remarkable works, he has completed projects such as grocery stores, cosmetic retail, research in e-commerce, offices and residential during his university years. Whereas in his leisure times, he enjoys playing a variety of musical instruments with his band, photography and art, and attending car meet as he is a car enthusiast.

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