Will’s path to Landscape Architecture started very early in life. Helping his mother garden and his father turn over the compost heap at their northern New Mexico farm he built gardens, discovered permaculture and experimented with various techniques for erosion control and storm water infiltration. Over the past decade he has worked on many project types including healthcare facilities, streetscapes and city parks, historic research, sports facilities and master planning. His love for renovations allows him to play both historian and archeologist. As one of Groundwork Studio’s principal landscape architects, he hopes to further explore green infrastructure and resiliency in landscapes. Hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping, restoring old tools, cutting firewood, gardening and backyard chicken ranching. Will also dabbles in creating habitats for wild pollinators in his yard.
Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Archeology, University of New Mexico
Registered Landscape Architect: New Mexico