Ryan is a urban designer specializing in master planning and redevelopment studies. He interned with TSW in the summer and winter of 2011 and worked on a variety of project ranging from Livable Centers Initiative studies to campus master plans. In April of 2013, he joined the Planning Studio full-time offering a diverse understanding of the urban environment including an understanding of field guidelines and design principles focused on heritage and historic preservation.
During his academic tenure Ryan collaborated closely with the Historic Preservation Department at SCAD. Through his secondary studies he developed a working knowledge of preservation law and cultural resource management. As the selected urban design student delegate he assisted with a multi-year preservation project made possible by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Aspects of this study included conducting field research within the Cuyler-Brownsville neighborhood in Savannah, Georgia to record its historic resources and document the assets and structures of the community.”
When I’m not at the office, you’ll find me… dodging cars while cycling the streets of Atlanta