With a dual focus in Landscape Architecture and Architecture, Taylor has a fresh perspective that considers the intersection of landscapes, buildings, and the urban fabric of our city. His belief is that a successful project is one that is inclusive of all people, welcoming of all backgrounds. His work has ranged from small courtyards to leading the design and management of large-scale projects in Cayman Islands and La Brassus, Switzerland. Taylor works on a vast number of projects across multiple typologies, including Chelsea Waterside Park, Phase 2, Seagirt Boulevard, and Austin 147.
Taylor's work has twice been featured in World Landscape Architecture Magazine, which focuses on Large Ideas/Large Scale Projects and the ability of landscapes to transform cities.
Master of Landscape Architecture & Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 2014
Bachelor of Science in Architecture & Architectural History Minor, University of Virginia, 2008