Job Title: LECTURER
Street address: 143 Jackson Street Building
Personal InterestsPlein Air Sketching & Watercolor Domestic and International Travel Exploring
Cameron Berglund is a lecturer in the College of Environment and Design. Throughout his work, his emphasis
on empowerment and education has led him through a diverse range of opportunities.
His experience as a domestic and international educator range from professional creative
and design workshops, to curriculum design and instruction in Uganda, and the creation
and facilitation of Graduate and Undergraduate design classes at the University of
Georgia. Throughout these experiences, Cameron’s passion for design and artistic expression
and strong skillset enables students to engage their enthusiasm and grow their knowledge.
EducationMLA, University of Georgia (2016)
BLA, University of Georgia (2005)
American Society of Landscape Architects
American Society of Architectural Illustrators
Society Of Experiential Graphic Designers
academic and professional foci
A main pursuit of Cameron Berglund is the employment of landscape architecture as a service, both through education and design. The main areas Berglund works to expand academically and professionally enhance access to design and design thinking. His professional experience has enabled him to focus on the refinement and innovation of landscape architecture while his academic career seeks to help disseminate this knowledge and further collaborate through research and exploration.
An area Berglund hopes to strengthen in his new role at CED is the expansion and revitalization of the design-build curriculum. He brings his passion and energy in collaboration with current professors to expand this pedagogy as a vector for both domestic and international service projects. In addition to service and innovation, Berglund brings a unique skill set as an artist and architectural illustrator. As an active member of the American Society of Architectural Illustration, he regularly works with domestic and international design firms to help visualize both their architecture and landscape architecture projects. Adept in digital and traditional watercolor abilities, he shares this skill set with his students and colleagues.
LAND 2010 Landscape Architecture Design I
LAND 3330 Landscape Engineering Process
LAND 3040/3340 Applied Landscape Engineering