His responsibilities include leading multidisciplinary teams through the design process to deliver successful projects. He builds relationships with clients through creative solutions, responsiveness and delivering triple bottom line results.
Brian is on the board of directors for the Landscape Architecture Foundation and an Urban Infrastructure Committee member for SPUR, a member-supported nonprofit organization that promotes good planning and government through research, analysis, public education and advocacy.
He is active professionally and academically with the ASLA, ULI and the Clinton Climate Initiative. He teaches graduate-level design studios on the topics of climate change and resiliency at the University of California, Berkeley.
The Design of Cities in the Year 2039 | Architectural Digest
IKEA’s Think Tank Envisions Self-Driving Cars as Rooms on Wheels | Quartzy
Planning for the Urban Future of Autonomous Vehicles | Urban Land
Autonomous Vehicles Illustrated Op-Ed | The New York Times
Autonomous Vehicles | Curbed
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture