IDCE Students Profiles

Anne Clark Baker (GISDE '2014)

Anne Clark Baker (USA) received a B.A. in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and Master in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Her combined experience designing public landscape architecture projects in the U.S. and abroad, coupled with AmeriCorps volunteer work in refugee and immigrant communities, led to her interest in the relationship between localized human experiences of spatial conditions, and the broad view of global change dynamics afforded by remote sensing techniques. She came to the GISDE program to gain a deeper understanding of the different methods and scales at which geospatial information is gathered and analyzed, in order to better inform the design, planning, and ongoing adaptability of human settlements and landscapes, and to identify opportunities for interdisciplinary and participatory design endeavors.