I’m between jobs right now, so while I’m searching, I’m taking some time to create these sea rise maps.
I’m looking for a position in urban planning/design, especially as it relates to the overlap between transportation and land use. Here is my LinkedIn profile. I currently live in Seattle, WA, but I’d be willing to relocate for the right opportunity in San Francisco. I’d also be open to other cool, walkable cities with good transportation options.
For some samples of planning & design work, check out my portfolio.
If you are a publisher or agent, or know of one who might be interested in an Atlas of Drowned Cities, let’s talk! Please leave a message in the comments below and I’ll get right back to you.
I spend a lot of time thinking about cities and how people fit into them. I walk. I bus. I sometimes bike. I like trains and cables and pantographs. I think the row house is the pinnacle of residential urban form. I avoid suburbs.
I’m making a series of maps on how extreme sea level rise will impact major cities. I’m trying to not make it too much of a bummer.
I think a lot about how the past has created the present–the child is the father of the man; the town is the mother of the city. I love old maps. I will plant trees when I’m in my 80’s.
I love GIS and a good rendering of spatial information. You’ll probably see a lot of that here.