Mark Arnold is a registered landscape architect with thirty years experience in Urban Design and Landscape Architecture. His background includes a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Kentucky in Studio Art and Art Education and a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky. He served as Adjunct Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Kentucky where he taught sophomore and junior level design studios for eight years. His projects have been recognized at the national level through ASLA Design Awards and National Publication. He has been responsible for thirteen Award Winning Projects, several of which have been published by Landscape Architecture Magazine, the premier international journal of Landscape Architecture, and Landscape Architect and Specifier News. He has served as Landscape Architecture and Planning Design Director on projects throughout the United States and China. Mark loves sailing and in 2017 sailed a 44’ sailboat across the Pacific Ocean. For something a little more quick-paced Mark also enjoys whitewater kayaking, and cycling. Mark is a Kentuckian through and through, you can even catch him playing the banjo in a bluegrass band!