Grayson Morris



Grayson has traveled to more than a dozen countries and draws inspiration from the places he visits.


Grayson is a recent graduate of the Masters in Landscape Architecture program at the University of Washington, where he was exposed to various digital fabrication and design-build techniques and honed his interests in urban ecology and community engagement. His research centered on the shifting landscape and social data and its representation through model building. He believes that being a good listener is what makes a great Landscape Architect and whether observing a site or understanding community feedback, Grayson always strives to be the best.

With his extensive knowledge in natural systems, Landscape Architecture, and public art, it’s no surprise that the civic places he finds truly significant demonstrate the ability to weave art, ecology, and social need together harmoniously.