As a designer my passion lie in regenerative design especially within the public realm. I want to further study the relationship on how the urban city interacts with its surrounding environment. The goal of a city shouldn't be to conceal and contain natural processes, instead allow users to witness these processes, so they can develop a unique interaction with the place.
My interest in regenerative design came about as an avid fly fisherman of the Upstate of South Carolina and surround Blue Ridge Mountains. Efforts in this region to conserve and promote have led to numerous access points to trout bearing streams.
I am a recent graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelors of Landscape Architecture minoring in Horticulture. My studies have led to travel experiences in Turkey, Spain, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal, & Germany. Also, I was privilege to serve as President of the Clemson student chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architect (CUASLA) during the 2011 academic calendar.
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, Landscape Architecture