A connective tissue for many of my projects is an iterative design process. No project is ever truly complete for me, instead I am constantly learning and improving. This website provides examples of successful and not so successful design projects in the hope that they will serve as inspiration for others.
I know it is frustrating to explain what a landscape architect or designer does to your friends and [...]
I love Japanese gardens. The way they use space to manipulate perspective and make use see a vast world in a [...]
I am excited to announce that I have an article in the Summer 2013 edition of Pacific Horticulture. It [...]
Several iterations of the main gasification towers from the west side I noticed that several visitors arrived [...]
A recycled garden path I am working in this yard that is plagued by rocks. Almost everywhere you dig you find [...]
After visiting the Seattle Central Library, I was browsing Rem Koolhaas’s website when one of his books [...]
This is a brief summary of a design project I have been working on for the Seattle Chinese Garden. The [...]