Todd graduated from Harvard University Graduate School of Design with a Master’s in Landscape Architecture in 2002. Todd has been awarded numerous fellowships and residencies, also curating art installations and exhibitions across the United States.
As a visual artist making artworks for unusual sites and clients, Todd’s work focuses on language, images, and ideas as real-world actors, shaping projects through dialogue with communities and other species, historical, material, and cultural investigations. Todd’s landscape design work involves transit systems, botanical gardens, arts, and conference centers, and abandoned factories and wilderness areas, among others.
Todd teaches LAN 609: Ecological Foundations of Design and leads landscape design workshops.