David began his career working in photography—namely fashion-—in New York before studying landscape architecture. Since graduating, David has worked on a myriad of project types and locales ranging from public parks, green spaces, and large scale commercial projects in both Florida and California. He appreciates the constantly evolving scope of the landscape architect. As city systems become more complex and relationships are inherently exposed as more interdependent, he is encouraged by the increasing stewardship landscapes architects play in city building. David is passionate about creating resilient urban ecologies.
Master of Landscape Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design, 2013
Bachelor of Fine Art, University of the Arts, 1995
‘The scope of landscape architecture in its many forms, is continuously evolving to meet the challenges of a changing climate. When approaching design I’m inspired by natural forms, responding to the site or region.’