Originally from the UK, Sebastian Greenall moved to Canada in 2011. Settling in Toronto, Sebastian currently works for Cadillac Fairview (CF) as an architectural designer and master planner with a strong focus on community building, public realm, landscape and horticulture. Working with design teams on sites across Canada, he encourages a contextual and narrative-based approach to planning, architecture and placemaking. As part of his work, Sebastian acquires and commissions art on behalf of CF for a variety of contexts. Some notable commissioned projects include the new pedestrian bridge at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, the “Passerelle” (pedestrian bridge) across Peel Street in Montreal, Catherine Widgery’s “Time’s Shadow” at the CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa (in collaboration with the City of Ottawa’s Public Art Program), John McEwen’s “Miracle” at CF Sherway Gardens, two drawings by Zachari Logan for the TD Tower in Vancouver, and most recently, a polyptych based on Toronto’s waterways by Linda Martinello as well as a painting by Ron Moppett for the lobby of 95 Wellington in Toronto. Sebastian has also worked with the City of Toronto to facilitate performances by Brandy Leary (Anandam Dance, 2018) and Bekah Brown (Chasing Red, 2019) for Nuit Blanche at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre.