Mary Adelaide Scipioni is a NYS Registered Landscape Architect and Associate Adjunct Professor at RIT’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability, where she teaches site design to graduate architecture students. Originally from and currently orbiting Rochester NY, she has worked in New York City, New England, and Italy, where she lived for eighteen years. Mary loves designing landscapes, teaching, and writing. Fortunately, she met another ex-pat and they are happily herding their respective children through school before going on to their next adventure. Mary’s design consultancy is called pebble-stream.
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