Ernest’s experience lies in the visualization and analysis of infrastructural conditions and site structures, grading and topography, and material research. He works primarily in the construction documentation phase of MVVA projects.
Ernest received a Master of Landscape Architecture with distinction from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. At Harvard, he was awarded a 2018 Thesis Prize in Landscape Architecture for his project “Turnpike Metabolism: Reconstituting National Infrastructure Through Landscape.” He also received an AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Student Award. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Urban Design from Parsons School for Design, graduating with honors. Ernest joined MVVA in 2019.