A large part of my everyday work is producing evocative images that convey design intent to clients and communities. The purpose of these images is to capture the experience of being in our proposed design, as well as highlighting how visitors will interact with the built environment. More often than not, we present these images before they are finalized in order to inspire the audience and spark conversation. In such they are not just the result of the design process, but a crucial part of it.
Below is a collection of some of my favorite outdoor spaces that I have helped visualize during my career as a landscape architect. 
Photoshop, Illustrator, Lumion, Rhino 3D, Sketchup, CAD
Award winning immersive renderings of San Francisco for CMG's Climate Positive Design Initiative. 
Award winning section-perspective representing the range of habitats found in Baiyangdian Lake, Xiong'an, China.
Award winning collage renderings for The College of the Desert's new Palm Springs campus.
Conceptual rendering of San Francisco's re-imagined Aquatic Park.
Aerial rendering of a new public staircase for Yerba Buena Island.
Graphics as part of my senior project at Cornell, focusing on climate change resiliency in Canada's Thousand Islands region.
Conceptual design renderings for a corporate campus in Silicon Valley. 
Diagram outlining a stormwater management strategy for Socrates Sculpture Park in New York City.
Illustrative section exploring the interface between rising sea levels and a proposed educational marsh on Long Island, NY.
Immersive renderings produced as part of a community engagement effort for San Francisco's Crissy Field.
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