Michael is a Registered Landscape Architect with over 6 years of experience working across a diverse range of project types and scales in the Childcare, Multi-residential, Aged Care and Educational environments. He has also been involved in temporary Landscape installations such as the space activation of the AMP building.
Having chosen Computational Landscape Design as his research focus, Michael’s speciality is in the application of digital software, allowing him to systematically navigate landscape projects. He believes in the power of evidence-based design; harnessing his expertise in programs such as Grasshopper and Revit to produce simulation and data which can be used to form landscape solutions.
Michael is a sessional staff member and research assistant at the University of New South Wales and is currently exploring new applications for computing in landscape architecture through postgraduate research.