Greg brings specialist knowledge in digital design methods to TCL, having previously worked in both a design research role at RMIT University and at a multidisciplinary design firm.
Greg is a passionate advocate of emerging digital modelling, visualisation, fabrication and documentation methods and their use in landscape architecture. He is always keen to explore how these technologies might contribute towards the design of spatially diverse, engaging and environmentally sensitive landscapes.
Greg has specialist expertise in adaptive topological modelling, simulations, animation, digital film, rapid prototyping and 3D territorial mapping and photogrammetry.
Greg has experience on a variety of projects types that include streetscape and urban revitalisations, master planning, framework and feasibility studies, sculptural pavilions, play spaces, community consultation and golf course restoration.
Greg’s research interests and background has allowed him to teach and supervise university students at a range of levels within landscape architecture and architecture departments.
Greg’s recent projects include:
Lovely Banks Master Plan, Victoria
RMIT Bundoora Shelters, Victoria
Australian Embassy Washington, USA
Craigieburn Bypass Review, Victoria
Florence Street Cairns, Queensland
Trinity Grammar Playground, Victoria
Melbourne Square Kavanagh Street, Victoria