David has been working with founder Jack Fisher for over 18 years, envisioning, planning and designing Preserve Communities projects from the mountains to the coast. He has a keen sense of awareness of the finely tuned balances of interests necessary to create special places that honor the integrity of the land—yet also give rise to innovative planning and development practices that ultimately offer all of the features to community stakeholders that make Preserve Communities developments stand out from the ordinary.
David founded his own design company, Site Rhythms, which functions as Preserve Communities’ in-house design firm. Prior to that, beginning in 1995, David worked with Wood & Partners and Land Design, Inc, two of the country’s most respected land planning and landscape architecture firms. That experience enabled David to be involved in planning major communities throughout the southeast and garnered him valued “hand’s on” time working with major developers in building many iconic communities.
David holds a B.S. in Landscape Architecture from Clemson University.