Nancy received her Master of Landscape Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. She graduated from Williams College with an A.B. in biology and Asian studies, after which she taught in Hong Kong on a fellowship at Chinese University and traveled extensively through Asia. Her previous project experience ranges from public park design and large-scale land planning to garden design. She has worked for Sasaki Associates; Wallace, Floyd Associates; and Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates. She is a registered landscape architect in Massachusetts.
Bill's Master of Architecture in Urban Design is from the GSD at Harvard University, which he attended on a CMHC Scholarship (thesis advisor: Peter Rowe). Harvard awarded him the Druker Fellowship, which funded travel and research with Nancy in Asia. His Bachelor of Architecture is from University of Toronto (thesis advisor: Peter Prangnell). He also attended Aldo van Eyck's graduate studio at the University of Pennsylvania. Previous work experience includes Arrowstreet Architects, Zeidler Partnership Architects, and Elin+Carmen Corneil. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts.