Mark brings more than 30 years of experience in planning, design, project management, and regulatory review.
Mark manages projects related to planning and permitting, and has contributed to land use policy, recreation, and permitting for many projects. With previous experience working as a supervising land use planner for the City of Seattle, he brings a unique and multifaceted perspective to community planning work. Mark is dedicated to good planning that reflects the past, present, and future of neighborhoods, as demonstrated by his past volunteer work as a Seattle Planning Commissioner and as a neighborhood planning leader.
Mark’s recent work includes environmental and permitting support for a number of Sound Transit projects, the Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Environmental Impact Statement, and the Energize Eastside Environmental Impact Statement.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington.