Liz is a Landscape Designer at SCAPE, based in our New Orleans office. Influenced by her experiences living in Louisiana and working in other post-industrial cites, her work has centered around building responsive forms of infrastructure in rapidly changing environments, through coupling cultural narratives with technological experimentation. She is currently a designer on the Chattahoochee River Greenway Study.
Liz earned her Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia where she received the ASLA Certificate of Honor. She was subsequently named the 2018 National Graduate Olmsted Scholar by the Landscape Architecture Foundation – an award she is using to pursue research on post-hurricane design innovation in the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Liz also holds a Bachelor of Science in International Agriculture and Rural Development from Cornell University.