Aaron is a Principal at HBB Landscape Architecture and a registered Landscape Architect in the State of Washington. He has been practicing landscape architecture, urban design, and planning in the Puget Sound region for the last twelve years. His consideration for the end user, careful site analysis and
attention to detail is represented in all of his projects.
Aaron’s expertise includes landscape plan review, presentation graphics, public speaking, construction documents, context-sensitive design, and cost estimating. As former chair of the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, he also understands the principles of historic preservation in a variety of environments and contexts. During his eight-year tenure on the board, he helped guide decisions on the preservation of many notable buildings and landscapes throughout the city. He has worked on a variety of recreation, waterfront, education and transportation projects in the region and is praised for his strong organization skills, ability to present information clearly, and clear integration of the character of the community into a physical design.
Aaron received his Bachelor of Landscape of Architecture from the University of Idaho in 2006. In 2008 he received his Master in Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington with a certificate in Historic Preservation.