Greg is dedicated to initiatives that enhance the preservation, sustainability, and appreciation of cultural and natural heritage. His wide-ranging project experience includes heritage-based community development, cultural resource management, protected area planning, master planning, preparation of design guidelines, and construction documentation. He has worked throughout the Americas on World Heritage Sites, biosphere reserves, the US and state capitals, educational campuses, public parks, transportation corridors, museums, and historic estates, cemeteries, and gardens.
- University of Michigan School of Natural Resources, Master of Landscape Architecture (2003)
- University of Florida, Master of Arts in Cultural Anthropology (2000)
- Calvin College, Bachelor of Arts (1998)
- American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Member, Historic Preservation PPN
- International Council on Monuments & Sites (ICOMOS), Member
- ICOMOS-IFLA International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes, Contributing Member