Robert’s design philosophy is based on the belief that our communities rely heavily on the concept of landscapes as a social common ground. Our social surroundings are often found to be our most valued places and are often what communities are defined by. Robert strives to embody an authentic approach in his design process primarily focusing on reading the Landscape's deep‐rooted characteristics. This includes listening to the people of the community, respecting past stories and understanding a holistic vision for its future.
Robert holds a B.S. in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia. After graduation, he moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and gained valuable experience and insight into extensive resort/land use planning and native landscape design over an 8-year stint.
While out west, Robert designed and managed the construction of large-scale natural park projects, as well as multi-family residential developments.