Wendy is a Registered Landscape Architect and Associate at SCAPE. Since 2005, she has been working in the greater New York City area, where she has designed and managed the creation of urban green infrastructure parks, public plazas, innovative playgrounds, higher education facilities, and multi-scalar residential green spaces and amenities. She brings to SCAPE her years of experience in design and construction and an interest in the ecological sustainability of landscape construction materials and processes. Wendy teaches the regional urban design studio at Columbia GSAPP as an adjunct professor and has served as Board Member and Design-Build Fellow of the Gowanus Canal Conservancy, where she continues to engage in hands-on community service in Brooklyn.
Wendy holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, where she has taught design studios as a visiting instructor and was the recipient of the W.M. Kennedy Jr. distinguished faculty chair award in 2017.
Landscape Architect: New York