Aaron leads design research on MVVA’s large-scale projects and master plans, where he leverages diverse skill sets in computation, GIS mapping, environmental analysis, traditional research, and public outreach to synthesize key takeaways that drive design. As a project manager, Aaron is experienced in collaborating with large teams through all phases of design and documentation. He excels in the production of books, presentations, and workshops that communicate design strategies to a wide range of clients, collaborators, stakeholders, and end-users.
Aaron received a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He has taught studios in urban design at CCNY and landscape architecture at Harvard’s Design Discovery program. He has been a guest critic at Harvard, UPenn, UBC, and CCNY. His work has been published in Landscape Architecture Magazine and Architects Newspaper. Aaron is a registered landscape architect in New York, where he has practiced with MVVA since 2016.