Installations and Drawings

2014 Designed plaza landscape and coordinated installation of sculpture by Maya Lin at Brown University Building for Environmental Research and Teaching 

2009 Created a landscape art installation at the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony near Woodstock, New York that commemorated the Quadricentennial of Henry Hudson’s visit to the Hudson River

1991- Present - Drawings have appeared in several publications including “Design with the Land,” a book documenting the work of Michael Van Valkenburgh.  Drawings have been exhibited at Harvard Graduate School of Design, the Clark Art Institute and the New York Horticultural Society 


Awards, Honors, Publications and Exhibitions

2017 ULI New York Award for Excellence in Development, Navy Green

2017 Industry Magazine, “Coney Climbs” for the project, Neptune/Sixth

2014 Two playground projects featured in “The Science of Play” by Susan G. Solomon

2014 Brown Campus work featured in “Brown University an Architectural Tour” by Raymond P. Rhinehart

2013 AIA New York State Design Award, Richard Rodgers Amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park, Landscape Architect with Cooper Robertson & Partners

2013 Served as a panelist on the selection committee for Fellows for the New York Foundation for the Arts. 

2012 Outstanding Pool and Recreational Project Award, American Shotcrete Association, Garrison Estate Project

2011 New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape ArchitectsMerit Award - Small Landscape Design for “A Pilgrimage for Henry Hudson” Installation

2011 Society for College and University Planning/AIA-CAE Honor Award, Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, Landscape Architect with Diller Scofidio + Renfro

2009 Participated in panel discussion “Ahoy! Architects at the Helm: Daring Explorations of Hudson’s Hudson Voyage” at Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony, Woodstock, NY and was selected for round table discussion “Ahoy! Architects Explore the Explorer’s Legacy” at Studio X, New York, NY

2005 “Creating Local and Distant Landscapes”, work was exhibited in the University of Virginia Alumni Show

2003 Designing the High Line Competition, Jury Selection, Todd Rader and Amy Crews with Kris Karlsson (UVA MLA 1995)

2002 World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition, entry was included in the Grand Central Station exhibition, with Amy Crews

1994 Honorable Mention in the “Urban Paradise: Garden in the City” competition sponsored by the Public Art Fund of New York City for entry entitled “Landscape Revealed” , with Amy Crews and Alison Shipley