Jack Rossi earned a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture degree from Purdue University and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree with a minor in Studio Art from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He also studied painting and photography at the Hartford Art School and creative writing at Dartmouth College. Prior to establishing his firm in 2004, Mr. Rossi held senior level positions with several prominent design firms in the northeastern U.S. including, Johnson and Richter, Inc., Avon, CT; Russell, Gibson, vonDohlen Architects, Farmington, CT and Carr, Lynch, Sandell, Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He’s taught as an adjunct professor at the Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York and Vermont Technical College, Randolph, Vermont and served as a design critic at the University of Massachusetts and the University of Connecticut. He holds professional registration in six states and has a broad range of project experience spanning over 25 years of professional practice.