Rob is a Principal landscape architect with over 19 years of experience in master planning and site design. His work includes the successful completion of coastal and country estates, urban rooftops, hospitality facilities, equestrian farms, and university campuses. His projects have spanned from New York and New England to Michigan, Kentucky, Virginia and Florida. His interest lies in revealing a site’s inherent qualities to produce landscapes that are vibrant, unique and welcoming.
Rob received his Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Cornell University, and his Master of Landscape Architecture degree from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse. There he worked with the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation on historical and horticultural solutions at National Park Service sites in New York and New England. He has served as a juror on the scholarship committee for the Boston Society of Landscape Architects, and is a licensed landscape architect in Massachusetts and New York.