Joshua Ketchum is a design fellow at PennPraxis working on a regional trail system and quarry park in Pennsylvania. Before coming to PennPraxis Joshua worked as a sustainable design consultant and landscape designer on living roofs, living walls and water reuse systems. He is also a practicing artist whose work has been exhibited nationally, from Space 1026 in Philadelphia to Machine Project in Los Angeles. Joshua holds a dual Masters in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. Recently he was recognized with a Merit Award from the ASLA and with a Special Award in Experimentation by the Landscape Architecture faculty at UPenn.