Dame Adrienne Stewart
Dame Adrienne Stewart has been involved in industry and commerce for 40 years and was one of New Zealand’s first women to be a public company director. She is currently Governing Patron of the SCAPE Public Art Trust and has been an extremely generous and long-standing supporter, promoter, fundraiser and patron of many arts organisations, hosting numerous events in her home, a tradition she continues today.
Dame Adrienne Stewart has made significant donations to a range of organisations, artists and projects, both locally and nationally. She received the Arts Foundation Patronage Award in 2009 and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Canterbury University in 2011.
Chair | Partner, EY
Paige is a tax partner in Ernst & Young's private client services practice in Christchurch, providing tax and accounting compliance services to South Island-based owner-managed businesses and high net-worth individuals. Paige also has a leadership role, representing the Christchurch office on Ernst & Young’s People Steering Committee.
Deputy Chair | National Development Manager, Fulton Hogan
Michael is a Chartered Professional Engineer with over 20 years’ experience in leading Major Civil and Infrastructure Projects in New Zealand. He has extensive experience in governing and leading teams to deliver excellent outcomes. He has a senior leadership role in governing, reviewing and leading significant infrastructure projects across New Zealand. Having spent 18 years working and living in Canterbury he brings a leadership passion around Health and Safety in Construction and leading best practice in Construction Techniques. He is a Member of the Institute of Professional Engineers and Competency Board Member for IPENZ, he is also a member of the Institute of Directors.
Board Member | Chief Executive Officer, Southbase Construction
Quin's career has included the executive leadership of many of New Zealand's most significant and complex construction projects. He has extensive experience governing and directing project teams to deliver outstanding results.
Growing up in Christchurch and going on to lead projects throughout New Zealand, Sydney and London. Quin has an extensive network and experience that allows him to bring to any organisation key governance and leadership competencies with a local and international perspective on business and best practice.
Board Member | Director, Heritage Management Services
Jenny May ONZM, is an architectural historian and Director of Heritage Management Services. She is a national executive Board member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) (NZ), a trustee of the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra Foundation and a Lay Canon on the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch Cathedral.
Jane has extensive marketing experience, having worked as a marketing manager for tourism attractions, hotels, local bodies and regional tourism organisations. She has spent considerable time within New Zealand and internationally, representing Christchurch and Canterbury as destinations.
Board Member | Artist
Darryn George (Ngā Puhi) is both a recognised New Zealand artist and a highly regarded art teacher at Christ's College. Darryn gained his Master of Fine Arts (Painting) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1998. He has been exhibiting since 1994 and in 2009 he was a finalist in the Wallace Trust Art Award.
Darryn has had a long-term interest in scale. His works range from those of a domestic scale to such large-scale works as the 29 square metre work The Lambs' Book of Life (Folder Wall), that he created for SCAPE 6, 2011. In 2013, he was chosen as one of the artists to exhibit at the New Zealand collateral exhibition at the Venice Biennale.
Board Member | Business Director - South Island Infrastructure, BECA
Richard began his career as a structural engineer, before joining Beca’s geotechnical team. His skill set developed to include civil design, land development and contract administration. He relocated in 1997 from Auckland to his home town Christchurch, where he was able to exercise his passion for the South Island, and progressed through team leader and Section Manager roles, as well as working on projects around the Asia Pacific, including Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Norfolk Island and Niue.
Board Member | Technical Director, Buildings, Aurecon NZ Ltd
Simon is an engineer and director with Aurecon. He leads a team of Christchurch based engineers responsible for designing many of the rebuild projects following the Canterbury earthquakes. He has contributed to numerous buildings projects throughout New Zealand and overseas in both a technical and leadership capacity and has a broad knowledge of project governance and management.
Simon and his team have contributed to both SCAPE 7 and 8, as well as other temporary projects within the centre of the city. He has been a member of the South Island Property Council Executive for some years and is currently serving as vice president.
Director | PR South Limited
Pamela Lindsay is a Director of PR South, where she has practiced as a PR/communications business advisory consultant since 1994. Pamela’s business strengths are at strategic planning and implementation levels, enabling her to deliver results in short and long-term sustained communications projects. She has a strong track record in project based private and public sector assignments specialising in a broad range of specialist industry sectors. Her strategic planning and communications skills are well proven in delivering effective and timely outcomes for clients.
Pamela is a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of NZ (PRINZ) an internationally accredited(APR) member of PRINZ and has the distinction of winning a PRINZ most outstanding national award. Pamela is also a Trustee on the Boards of The Sir Richard Hadlee Sports Trust and The Christchurch Casinos Charitable Trust.
Ben Johnston - (Lawyer) Anderson Lloyd Lawyers
Bob Blyth - Retired Engineer, Former SCAPE Chair
Graeme McGlinn - (Auditor) Grant Thornton