Mark is a principal with Sasaki Associates.
Mark views the cities in which he lives and works as vital and dynamic ecosystems. By considering and synthesizing the complexities of social, economic, environmental, and cultural influences, he creates coherent, enduring, sustainable civic designs. As a part of his work, Mark speaks to communities about the importance of public open space infrastructure and how their voice in the process can ensures social dialog and inclusion and has a lasting positive outcome in their community.
Mark holds a BLA from Utah State University, is a fellow of American Society of Landscape Architects.
Sunday, November 17
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM