about the work

Landscape architecture is about elevating voices: of plants, of people and histories that have been ignored, of soil and material and creatures. It is about putting these voices in generative conversation with one another. In landscape practice this is a spatial activity, but I see curating, editing, and organizing as parallel work with different tools. The core question that drives all of it: how might we give up attempts at control without giving up responsibility?

Thesis
Hidden Networks of the Urban Forest
Mapping Hidden Systems
Lived Tapestry
Novel Ecosystems Interviews
On Shifting Ground
Lunch Design Journal
Art & Craft
Ayers Saint Gross
Nelson Byrd Woltz
ManifestA
Landscape Perspectives: Equity in + By Design
S/PLI/T Projects
Temporal Cairns
Tending: Time-based Terroir
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