Mr. Brice Maryman FASLA
Brice Maryman PLA, FASLA, LEED AP is a principal at MIG where he advocates for landscape architecture's vital role in confronting today's environmental and civic challenges. Growing up near Washington DC and watching protests on the National Mall, Brice was inspired by the public realm's capacity to reshape our society, an ethos and aspiration that he brings to all of his work. He was recently awarded LAF’s Innovation and Leadership Fellowship where he studied the intersection of homelessness and public space. His award-winning work has been featured in numerous publications, and Brice is a frequent public speaker and communicator.