A graduate of the University of Minnesota’s Department of Landscape Architecture, Andrew joined Damon Farber in the Fall of 2015 after working primarily on large scale planning and waterfront development projects. His experience both as a professional and as an educator has led him to appreciate the perspectives of others. Understanding the thoughts and insights of clients and stakeholders to inform both the design process and end result are key to his process to ultimately enrich the lives of those who will use the landscape.
Andrew’s passion lies in the appreciation for and importance of water – both as a design medium, as well as a key component to the health and vitality of natural systems. With a general curiosity for the world as a whole and the ability to flex between large and small scales, his goal is to understand how design can utilize water sustainably to benefit both natural and cultural landscapes on a variety of levels.