Becky has always been a very hands on creative person. Her love for joinery started in high school where she took woodworking every year. She soon became one of the top students and was chosen to represent the school in the Skills Canada woodwork competitions in both her senior years. Becky started her first year of her apprenticeship working as a cabinet installer. After her first year she went searching for a shop to work in because as much as she enjoyed installing more than anything she wanted to feed her passion for building and creating. That’s when she found Out of Line Designs and was able to continue the rest of her apprenticeship through a company that allowed her to learn and grow so much in her trade. Becky also has a passion for design, she spent a number of years working at tile stores where she got the opportunity to work with clients, coordinating colours and creating interesting lay outs. Wanting to further her knowledge in design she has started taking classes at BCIT for interior design certificate. Becky takes pride in doing a good job and is always willing to grow herself in any aspect of life. Her skills are continually progressing as an artist, an athlete and a trades woman.