Fletch has led the day-to-day project coordination and design development for a wide range of MVVA project types including public parks, institutional landscapes, and urban plazas. His expertise lies in the design of complex urban public landscapes with a focus on the translation of conceptual master plans into elegant solutions for implementation.
Fletch received a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. He earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a regular design critic and has taught the landscape architecture studio in Harvard’s Design Discovery program. Fletch joined MVVA in 2012.
- Martin’s Park
- Amherst College Greenway
- Trinity River Floodway and Harold Simmons Park
- Jamaica Bay Parkland
- Tony Marron Park
- Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Garden
- Colgate University
- Easy Street Park
- M Street Landing