Taylor Inzetta is a recent graduate from Clemson University, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities with a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture. She also graduated from Kent State University, where she was an Integrated Design Studio Finalist, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture in May of 2016. She chose to pursue an MLA after her undergraduate degree in architecture as she was really fascinated by this branch of architecture.
She is able to follow her passion of tackling environmental issues and also stimulate the artist inside her. To Taylor Landscape Architecture is the mixture of physical sciences and artistic design that is practiced in balance to design and build a sustainable place for people. Her passion and leadership helped her receive the Leadership and Service Award in 2017 from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Clemson University, the 2018 South Carolina ASLA Award, and recognized by the Landscape Architecture Foundation as a 2019 Graduate Olmsted Scholar.