Student Representative to the American Society of Landscape Architects Board of Trustees; Graduate Research Assistant (UTK), Writer (LandArchs.com)
Currently a graduate student at the University of Tennessee’s Landscape Architecture Program, Cameron is continuously seeking opportunities to engage design professions through educational opportunities, professional interaction, and volunteerism. Having had the opportunity of engagement in various design positions Cameron is positioned to bring a scalar perspective to design which is informed by attention to detail, spatial dynamics, and large scale systems.
Hoping to advance the profession of landscape architecture, he has served in a variety of positions within the college, local, state, national, and international level. Most recently he was selected as the ‘Student Representative to the ASLA Board of Trustees’. As the Student Representative, Cameron will communicate the ideas and needs of the rising professionals within our nation’s universities and will serve as advocate for the professions’ advancement in our local, regional, and national communities.
His personal studies have focused on the performative benefits of landscape architecture and the preservation of our urban and wilderness landscapes. He is actively participating in these areas as a Research Project Manager within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and as a Research Assistant in the Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Case Study Investigation Program.