In our latest series, ABLA After Hours, we explore the hobbies of our talented team of landscape architects beyond the office walls. In the second episode, our Vice President, Brian Rogers, is casting parallel lines between fly fishing and landscape architecture.
As the Vice President of ABLA, Brian Rogers brings an exceptional level of enthusiasm and attention to detail to his work. He continuously strives for excellence in his professional pursuits, and this same commitment extends to his weekends, where he immerses himself in the art of fly fishing. Both fly fishing and landscape architecture demand a keen sense of performance. The precision required to choose the right fly and present it convincingly to a fish mirrors the meticulous planning and execution required in the design process. Brian’s expertise in fly fishing translates into his work, enabling him to consider the performance of a landscape from multiple perspectives, ensuring it meets the expectations of both clients and users.