Bradley Cantrell (MLA ‘03), associate professor of landscape architecture, has been named a TEDGlobal 2014 Fellow.
Cantrell’s work focuses on the role of computation and media in environmental and ecological design. He is currently working on the Mississippi Delta, creating technological interfaces which imagine new forms of settlement, infrastructure and habitat.
His research and teaching focuses on digital film, simulation, and modeling techniques to represent landscape form, process, and phenomenology. Cantrell’s expertise in digital representation ranges from improving the workflow of digital media in the design process to providing a methodology for deconstructing landscape through compositing and film editing techniques.
Every year TED Fellows are selected from around the world and across all disciplines based on the strength of their achievements, their potential for impact, and their character. The TEDGlobal Fellowship offers access to an exclusive private network of change-makers, unique skills-building workshops and the mentorship of world-renowned experts. TED Fellows also present their very own TED Talks at the TEDGlobal conference .
Bradley Cantrell (MLA ‘03) appointed associate professor of landscape architecture