Over the past 25 years my professional life has been a blend of practice and academia. I have worked with design firms in Boston, Seattle, Denver, and San Francisco, and have taught in a variety of disciplinary programs across the country. My professional practice includes: landscape architecture, community planning, and public art and cultural planning. I currently live in Albuquerque, NM.
Degrees: PhD (University of Colorado at Boulder, Geography, 2012); MLA (Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Landscape Architecture, 1991); B.S. (Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, City and Regional Planning / College of Human Ecology, Human-Environment Relations)
I completed my PhD in August 2012: Dissertation title: The Politics of “The Public”: Public Art, Urban Revitalization and the Post-Industrial City—The Case of Downtown Denver
Comprehensive Exam Areas (4): Urban Geography; Cultural Geography; Feminist Geography; Critical Visualizations: Cartography, Mapping, and Representation
Research interests: cultural planning, landscape studies, public art, vernacular creativities, and visual representation.
Teaching: construction classes, environmental studies, geography core courses (Introduction to Human Geographies, World Regional Geography) research methods, studios (introductory and advanced; landscape architecture and architecture), theory, topical seminars (e.g., cartography for planners and designers, global cities, public art, reading and writing the land), visual thinking + representation.
Organizations I belong to:
American Planning Association: https://www.planning.org/
American Society of Landscape Architects: http://www.asla.org/
Americans for the Arts: http://www.artsusa.org/
Association of American Geographers: http://www.aag.org/
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture: http://www.thecela.org/
* Co-chair, Communication & Visualization track
Environmental Design Research Association: http://www.edra.org/
Leadership for the American Landscape: https://sites.google.com/site/thelalsite/
Society of Women Geographers: http://www.iswg.org
Contact me: email@example.com