Adam Molinski, PLA, ASLA, is a full-time core faculty member in the School of Landscape Architecture at The Boston Architectural College (BAC). He teaches planting design, landscape architecture research courses, and design studios. His research and teaching focuses on the role of plants in urban landscapes and how we perceive landscapes from a multi-sensory perspective. Adam has worked across multiple disciplines including art, film, architecture, and landscape architecture. Most recently, he worked for Hargreaves Jones in New York City on large-scale public projects including the recently completed 5.7-acre Carpenter Park in Dallas, TX as project manager. Adam holds an MLA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.S. in Film from Boston University.