Paul Daniel Marriott
Fulbright-National Library of Scotland Scholar Award- Landscape Architecture
Dan Marriott is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Pennsylvania State University and Principal of Paul Daniel Marriott + Associates, a heritage planning consultancy in Washington, DC. He was a Program Director at the US National Trust and has consulted for federal, state, tribal and local governments. He has been a guest lecturer and critic at Columbia, Cornell, Maryland, Oregon, UCLA and Edinburgh Universities, teaches a historic roads course for the National Preservation Institute and was an instructor for the AIA Sustainable Cities Design Academy. He has been featured in the New York Times and Financial Times and on the WTTW-PBS heritage program, “10 Streets That Changed America.” He served as a World Heritage investigator for historic roads in Mexico, the EU and South America. He is on the Board of Trustees for the National Association for Olmsted Parks. In 2018 his research was featured at the “Repton Revived” exhibit at the Garden Museum in London.