Geoff Fritz

Associate Principal

Geoff brings over a decade of experience designing landscapes with clients and institutions to solve complex site and operational challenges in simple and elegant ways. An instinctive designer with a keen sensibility for the inherent qualities of place, Geoff designs and represents landscapes to imbue wonderment and appreciation for simple pleasures. He is committed to curating and expanding the firm’s graphic communication and to supporting the prevailing mentorship culture of the practice.

Geoff carefully manages the University of Pennsylvania’s Master Plan for Morris Arboretum, a new science plaza at the University of Delaware, and the decades-long stewardship of a 90-acre farm and summer retreat in Northeast Harbor, Maine. In addition to professional pursuits, Geoff serves as a guest critic at numerous universities including LSU, Oregon, and Penn State, where he earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and an ASLA Certificate of Honor. He is based in Portland, Maine and fills his spare time traveling, enjoying great food experiences, and feeding his mild shoe obsession.