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James Anglesey

James Anglesey


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James graduated from the University of Utah's College of Architecture and Planning with a bachelor's of science in Urban Ecology and a minor in Sociology. In addition to the knowledge and skills attained in these programs, James has also gained critical skills as an intern with the Salt Lake City Planning Department as well as Preservation Utah. He also participated as a speaker at the 2017 APA National Planning Conference in New York City. James’ interests for his developing career include urban design and historic preservation but in general and most importantly, Placemaking. He believes that communities should be designed for the people and by the people, and that local architecture, landscape, history, and ecology should be celebrated in its design and function. Further, James believes that a landscape approach to creating place offers the holistic complexity that is desperately needed in planning and designing the built environment. The combination of nature, culture, and civic engagement is the driving force for James’ interest in historic preservation, urban design and landscape architecture