Bryan Harrison, ASLA, PLA
Bryan’s professional interest in landscape began when he attended Nonnewaug Vocational Agriculture High School in Connecticut to study conservation. From there, he worked at The Nature Conservancy where his career and passion for environmental restoration took off. A trip to Washington, DC sparked another passion for built spaces when he toured Lawrence Halprin’s Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial. Over the past twenty years, Bryan has studied art, ecology, and landscape architecture and worked on a wide range of designs from luxury single- and multifamily homes to ecological restoration projects to public space design. His core values of ecological consciousness and resiliency play a large role in his work with Savino & Miller Design Studio. Bryan continues to work on projects that focus on developing the relationship between people, urban spaces, and ecology.
Master of Landscape Architecture II, Concentrations in Ecology and Landscape History, Cornell University
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, The University of Rhode Island