Michael Sadler is an Associate at Bishop Land Design. He is a graduate of Boston Architectural College, where he earned a Master of Landscape Architecture degree. Previously, Michael graduated from Elon University in North Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology. 

Michael is adamant about the connection between rigorous research methods and successful spatial design. His underpinning in the social sciences and extensive experience in construction mix with his career in landscape architecture to shape the way he integrates user groups, open space design, and final fabrication of built forms. A stickler for details, Michael prides his work and the work of his team down to fractional tolerances with an emphasis on real world applications and pursuit of innovative material assemblies.

Michael aims to explore the link between productive landscapes, diverse populations, and the methods needed to track the performance of public space over time.