Scott is a Registered Landscape Architect and Associate at SCAPE. His work focuses on the design and implementation of ecologically and socially vibrant public spaces across a range of scales. Scott is passionate about design that is responsive to a site’s specific natural and cultural history, and draws on a background in material and technological solutions to create high-performance, lasting landscapes.
He is currently Project Manager for the first phase of the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail to advance into site design; a new public plaza at the Marble Collegiate Church Offices in Manhattan; and open space adjacent to the new Dwight-Englewood Middle School in Englewood, NJ.
Prior to joining SCAPE in 2019, he led the design and construction efforts of award-winning projects across varied scales and typologies in the New York region and abroad. Scott earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with distinction from the Pennsylvania State University in 2012. As a student, he received a Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter ASLA Honor Award for continued design excellence.
Landscape Architect: New York