As a project manager at MVVA, Wilson’s expertise lies in creating hand-drawn renderings and graphics, taking on a lead role in developing projects through concept design. Wilson is also very experienced in building physical models.
Wilson earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with a minor in Architectural Studies from The Pennsylvania State University, where he received the ASLA Honor Award for Outstanding Achievement and the Excellence in Landscape Architecture Award. He was also the finalist for the 2016 Knights City Challenge for the Urban Arboreta in Philadelphia, the winner of the 2014 Growing Green Competition, and received high honors and the People's Choice Award for the 2013 Slant Design Competition. Prior to working at MVVA, Wilson interned at Mahan Rykiel Associates in Baltimore, and worked as a Research Assistant for Materials Reclamation at The Pennsylvania State University. His design work is featured in Representing Landscapes: Hybrid and Representing Landscapes: Digital, two books by landscape architect Nadia Amoroso.