About Me

I am a developer, designer, and educator who researches how we represent landscapes through digital tools. Most of my interests involve working between landscape architectural notions of environmental dynamics and computational approaches to procedural generation.

I work as a Lecturer in the Landscape Architecture Discipline at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. My PhD was completed as part of the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory and the Office of Urban Transformation Research. Before completing my PhD at RMIT, I taught at other universities, worked as a consulting computational designer in architectural practice, and completed a MLA, a BAS, and a BA at Victoria University of Wellington.

You can say hi at [email protected]belesky.com. A list of my publications is available on ORCID, and many of my projects are on GitHub. I’m also on the bird website and the images website.