Adam Cesanek is an Intermediate Landscape Designer and graduated from Rutgers University with a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, and is excited to join the team at Doyle Herman Design Associates. Adam’s research interests explore designs which celebrate rainfall and treat stormwater as a landscape amenity. His time as a horticultural intern with Planting Fields Arboretum, in Oyster Bay and Rutgers Gardens in New Jersey has provided Adam with a strong background in historic landscape design and management.
In 2010 Adam received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from Dickinson College, and has surveyed areas of the Delaware River Watershed for the United States Forest Service. Adam draws on a range of personal experience when designing naturalistic landscapes and likes to incorporate native and specimen plantings in his designs. In 2013, Adam was awarded the Sustainability Science Fellowship from the United States Forest Service to continue pursuing research in stormwater management.