|Gerald O. Taylor |
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture
|B.S.L.A.,||California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1991|
|M.L.A.||California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1998|
Professor Gerald teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs with a focus on landscape ecology, advanced landscape design, planting design, and plant identification. He is actively involved in research and professional projects relating to ecological restoration, ethnobotany, native plant habitats, urban ecology, and the healing and restorative properties of landscapes.
In addition to being a Registered Landscape Architect, Gerald is a Certified Arborist. He attended Pitzer College majoring in Environmental Studies & Political Science and entered the field of landscape architecture by receiving his BSLA and MLA from Cal Poly Pomona.
Photography is a serious passion of Gerald's and his photographs have been displayed at art shows and exhibitions. Other interests include playing the guitar, hiking, cooking, and spending time with his wonderful wife, friends, family, and his dog, Daphne.