Ian Brennick joined Nelson Byrd Woltz at the beginning of 2017. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics from Virginia Tech with a minor in Landscape Architecture in 2012, and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design (GSD) in 2015. At the GSD he was a Teaching Assistant for multiple design studios and also taught the summer Career Discovery program. Prior to joining NBW, Ian worked with Richard Burck and Associates on their winning entry for the Connect Kendall Square competition in Boston, with Martha Schwartz Partners in London, and at SCAPE in New York. Utilizing a broad interdisciplinary background, he approaches design through the process of balancing systems and ecology with material tectonics. His current work at NBW includes residential and conservation agriculture projects in Los Angeles and Toronto as well as a new development in Tampa Florida.