As a member of the design team, Joe has worked on wide array of projects in the New York office including Brooklyn Bridge Park, Vassar Sciences Complex, the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, the Washington Road and Ellipse Landscapes for Princeton University, as well as the Reford International Garden Festival in Quebec.
Prior to joining MVVA, he contributed to Sustainable Site Design, a book about the process and criteria for context-informed landscape design. He was also instrumental in the development of land-use grants conducted through UConn's Community Research and Design Collaborative, notably, a study for East Lyme, CT, which was adopted as part of the town's 10-year plan for conservation and development. Additionally, he served as an adjunct professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut from 2008 to 2010.
Joe received a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut, graduating magna cum laude in 2008. Joe worked in the New York office from 2010 to 2013 before returning to school. In 2015, Joseph earned his Master of Landscape Architecture with distinction at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design before returning to MVVA.