Chris joined LJLA in 2001, after earning his Master of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He has worked on a wide variety of project types ranging from large farms to urban roof terraces. He received an undergraduate degree in religion and classics from the University of Rochester. While studying theories of sacred space, he began thinking critically about how spaces are designed to provide uplifting experiences. This interest, as well as his pursuit of gardening, steered him toward landscape architecture. Outside of work, Chris enjoys skiing, hiking, and traveling.