With experience in the fields of urban design, planning, and landscape architecture, Andy is particularly skilled in the early concept phases of project design and has contributed his craft to some of the firm’s largest park projects. He is committed to guiding and adapting design concepts through every phase of design and construction, navigating the technical realities of urban sites and the challenges of coordinating multidisciplinary project teams. His ability to communicate complexities to stakeholders and client teams makes him a key link between expert consultants and communities.
Andy received a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, graduating with distinction and the ASLA Commencement Award. He earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in Urban Planning form the University of Waterloo, where he graduated with honors. Andy joined MVVA in 2014.
- Brooklyn Bridge Park
- Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park Detroit
- Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park Buffalo
- Obama Presidential Center
- The Woodland Garden at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- University of Toronto
- Trinity River Floodway and Harold Simmons Park
- Amherst College Greenway
- Colgate University
- Johns Hopkins University