2017 | Landscape vision to protect ecological, historical, and social components while enhancing use for the next decades. In collaboration with 450 Architects.
2017 | New entry garden of drought tolerant, colorful and low maintenance plants for a co-working space for artists and makers.
2014 | A city park transformed into a safe, recreational space for a range of ages and abilities in San Francisco's Tenderloin. Low impact design, native species, creative play areas, and community gardens featured in a new site plan that emphasizes openness and inclusion. An existing art collection was retained and relocated. Park design and project lead while with The Trust for Public Land.
Photos: David Ditman
2004 | Landscape vision and ecological resource plan for conversion of 5,000 acre historic ranch into county park. In collaboration with Poster/Frost Architects while at SAGE landscape architecture.
Design and construction documents to recreate adobe walled garden representing 4,000 years of on site agricultural history through four different cultures. Built in 2010. While at SAGE Landscape Architecture.