Andrew is an Associate at CMG Landscape Architecture with over four years of experience. His approach to landscape design is built on years of work in construction and horticulture, combined with an academic background in research, teaching, and writing.
Collectively, Andrew brings a balanced approach between the conceptual and applied. He seeks to use design and engagement to provoke expanded possibilities for personal and cultural relationships to landscapes with a particular focus on construction and planting design. Andrew has managed various landscape architectural projects focused on housing, institutions, and parks; and worked with interdisciplinary teams for campus design, master planning, and design competitions throughout the Bay Area and beyond.
Andrew has been recognized with state and national American Society of Landscape Architects merit and honor awards for design, writing, and research. In addition to his own work, he has supported many book projects for domestic and international authors focused on mapping, urban resistance, and design and democracy. He continues to work with students and has been a guest critic at the University of Washington, University of Oregon, and California College of the Arts. Andrew holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Critical Studies with a minor in Psychology from the University of Maine.