Robert Walter-Joseph


A researcher exploring the residential experiences of young adults in North American Urban Centers. I use GIS and cartography to simplify the understanding of complex spatial issues to share knowledge with a wide variety of audiences. I have worked on projects including the Atlas of Suburbanisms and the Generationed City. My work has also been featured in a number of publications including the Ontario Planning Journal, City Lab and Curbed. I hold a Masters degree in Urban Planning from the University of Waterloo.

I have experience in social and economic research and policy development. I am interested in innovative urban design, the study of urban investment flows, socio-spatial organization and the application of data and cartography in complex problem solving.

I enjoy working in a dynamic and challenging environment of passionate and creative professionals and always appreciate the challenge of problem solving.

  • Education
    • University of Waterloo