MITCHELL RASOR has over twenty years of experience with all aspects of landscape architecture and urban design, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the BFA and MFA Programs at the Maine College of Art. Rasor was a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Southern Maine Research Computing Group and has been a critic and speaker at such institutions as Bowdoin College, Bates College, the University of Virginia, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. 

He writes, lectures, and curates on issues relating to economic development, environmental art, critical theory, urban design, landscape architecture, mobility, location efficiency, strategic green infrastructures, and social housing. Rasor’s artistic work bridges the gap between observational and schematic drawing, between the organic and the constructed.