Waterways of New York
by Robynne Boyd
While standing in the crowded streets of Manhattan shrouded by buildings, it can be difficult to see the direct relationship between the city's people and water. Yet, New York is dependent on its waterways. Water has been a primary element in turning the city into a thriving metropolis. My project examines New Yorker's relationship to water, and how the city's continued development affects the health of its waterways.
Parks and Urban Planning
by David Randall
New York City's parks are the center of what it means to have a livable metropolis. They are also points of intersection, where locals sit next to tourists, skyscrapers stand next to trees, and the city's future builds off of its past.
Here is a collection of my work from graduate school, along with some more recent clips.
by Ira Boudway
Nature in the Urban Environment
by Gretchen Weber