I’m always on the move, walking, dancing, running. My two feet are my primary mode of transportation. City streets account for a significant portion of our shared civic space. I am driven to help communities re-envision these public places to incorporate living infrastructure, create opportunities for connecting, and promote a healthy and active environment that’s good for people and the planet.
Lisa is a landscape architect and urban designer, passionate about cities, design and community. Her love of urban landscapes informs a long-standing commitment to planning, design, and implementation of high-performance green infrastructure and public realm projects. Lisa’s work demonstrates progressive, new ways of integrating water, energy, transportation, and landscape infrastructures within our built environment. Her design approach advances sustainability, meaningful public engagement, placemaking, and long-term viability from project concept through operations and maintenance. She openly shares her enthusiasm, research and experience at lectures and serves as a guest critic for landscape architecture studios. Lisa has 18 years of experience designing and managing urban infrastructure projects in New York City, St. Louis, Philadelphia, and the San Francisco Bay Area.