David is a Landscape Designer at SCAPE. David’s interests in design detail compel a steady focus in translating design vision to construction documentation and implementation. He is enthusiastic about the transformative process of detail development as a response to site discovery and the expanding possibilities of design interventions.
David is leading the Construction Administration of several NYC projects in the office, including New York Presbyterian and Columbia University Medical Education Building. Prior to SCAPE, David served as a key team member implementing construction documentation for the revitalization of the Main Fountain Garden at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania, an urban plaza at Essex Crossing in Manhattan, and open space designs for four NYCHA sites throughout New York City. David also served as a design fellow and project manager exploring green infrastructure as a tool to mitigate CSO overflows and enhance neighborhood open space in Newark, NJ. David holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Saint John’s University.