2008 Beijing Olympics
Mark is a landscape architect focused on the urban public market practice. His specialty is planning and designing award-winning urban landscapes.
Mark views the cities in which he works as vital and living ecosystems. By considering and synthesizing the complexities of social, economic, environmental, and cultural influences, he creates coherent, enduring, sustainable designs. As a part of his work, Mark educates communities about the importance of public spaces and how their ownership and involvement ensures environmental and social sustainability and economic revitalization.
Mark holds a bachelor of landscape architecture from Utah State University, is a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and serves on the executive committee of the Waterfront Center and Landscape Architectural Foundation. He is on the Board of Directors for the Watertown Boys and Girls Club. In the past he has participated as a board member for the Utah State University College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Academic Council Board, was awarded Distinguish Alumni from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Utah State University, and has lectured widely at colleges and universities.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Council Bluffs, IA
El Koura, Lebanon
Greensboro, North Carolina
North Adams, MA