Adrienne’s dual interests in art and ecology organically led her to pursue a career in landscape architecture. She is particularly skilled in the design and sourcing of plants and has worked in this capacity for a range of MVVA projects. She has contributed to numerous projects including serving as Project Manager for Founders Walk at Albright College in Reading, PA , working on the design and construction documentation for Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis and she is also a member of the Princeton Arts and Transit Project team.
Adrienne is particularly skilled in the design and sourcing of plants and has worked in this capacity for a range of MVVA projects.
Adrienne received a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Visual Arts from Bowdoin College, graduating cum laude. She earned a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, where she taught drawing for the Career Discovery program and received a travel grant to research sustainable development in Scandinavia. Prior to joining MVVA in 2009, Adrienne worked as an environmental educator for Maine’s Land Trust network. She recently became a Master Composter, certified by the NYC Compost Project in Brooklyn, NY.
Adrienne is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of New York.