Jim Pearson established his residential design practice in Toronto, Ontario in 1988. Not long after, in 1990, he discovered Mulmur Township where since then he has shared his time both working and playing.
His projects in Niagara Escarpment have revealed Jim as a leading proponent of critical regionalist architecture, a passion and focus which has led to a transition toward more commissions in the area.
His practice is focused on design excellence; creating buildings that not only serve the needs of clients, but that also connect with the landscape and interpret the region’s unique, historical vernacular.
He is the winner of the Niagara Escarpment Committee’s Lifetime Achievement Award for 2005 and his work is frequently featured in Canadian design magazines.