Within Landscape Architecture, Joey enjoys the intersection of people and place and believes that placemaking plays a key role in how we consciously and subconsciously understand space. He is also passionate about the role landscape architecture can play in combating climate change and appreciates that both science and art are called on while designing projects.
Joey moved to Kansas City with his family while he was young and is now proud to call it home. He studied abroad in Rome and interned in Leeds while earning his degree at the University of Arkansas. Joey’s forte is horticulture, and his superpower is always knowing the cardinal directions - you can count on him to show you which way is north wherever you are.