Ann Gee has been living and working on the Coffs Coast for over 30 years. Nurturing a family and two consecutive architectural practices from her home office in Sawtell, Ann has had a continued passion for the architectural and cultural development of the Coffs Harbour region.
Through her business, ‘g2 architects’, Ann has been involved in the architectural design of hundreds of projects including: the Sawtell Cinema renovations, Club 300 Bowling Alley, Saltwater Café, the Sawtell Community Clock Tower, and the 80 Albany St commercial premises.
In 2009 Ann was chosen to design the Japanese Garden Pavilions for the Coffs Harbour Regional Botanic gardens. Ann continues to support the Botanic Garden legacy through her work as a Coffs Harbour Daybreak Rotary member- coordinating the annual Japanese Lantern Festival fundraising event.
As a long-serving Board member of the Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium, Ann has assisted in the expansion and development of the Conservatorium, including its relocation to the existing Bray St premises.