Will is a Senior Associate at CMG Landscape Architecture with 11 years of experience. As a Landscape Architect, Will has experience designing and constructing landscapes throughout the United States – from Waco, TX to Reston, VA and Washington, D.C. to San Francisco, CA.
He continues to have a passion for understanding the overlaps in environmental systems and how they can be translated through design to serve the spatial, aesthetic, and functional aspects of the built environment. Through his project work on both Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, Will focuses on the dynamic relationships between ecological, infrastructural, and social systems and how they affect the human experience.
Will was an Olmsted Scholar Nominee and received the Louisiana State University (LSU) Leadership Award. While a student at LSU, he also received the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Award of Excellence and was a scholarship athlete on the swim team. Will is a licensed landscape architect in California and Texas. He holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from LSU.
2010 LSU University Olmsted Scholar
Leadership Award, LSU RRSLA
Treasure Island Parks + Open Space
A contemporary landscape that is socially active, environmentally progressive, well-crafted, and rooted in its place as an island in the middle of the Bay. CMG has approached the large and complex redevelopment of Treasure Island as an opportunity to pioneer innovation in sustainable infrastructure and socially oriented landscapes.