Suzanne Mathew is a registered landscape architect, and an Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director for the Department of Landscape Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design. Suzanne’s work focuses on developing methods to measure and visualize the invisible and temporal aspects of landscape architecture. Suzanne has published and presented her work on temporal and dynamic spaces both nationally and internationally, including articles in the recent publications Representing Landscapes: Hybrid (Amoroso) and Innovations in Landscape Architecture (Anderson and Ortega). With a background in science, architecture and landscape architecture, her work also focuses on the relationship between human infrastructures and environmental resilience. Specifically, Suzanne has lead a number of studios that examine future scenarios and adaptive design strategies for coastal cities facing increasing impacts from sea-level rise over the coming decades in cities such as Boston, Washington D.C, and Miami.