Andrew Keller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Fascinated by the relationships between people, landscape, and architecture, Andy attended University of California, Berkeley’s School of Environmental Design (Master of Architecture; Master of Urban and Regional Planning). While in California, Andy was fortunate to work with noted participatory designer and landscape architect Randy Hester (Ecological Democracy), and with Daniel Solomon, a founding member of the Congress for the New Urbanism. Upon returning to the East Coast, Andy became LEED certified and joined a generation of architects increasingly informed by building science and green building techniques. Still fascinated by the process of designing and building, Andy became an adjunct instructor in architecture, landscape architecture, and community design, eventually becoming the primary instructor for Yestermorrow’s core design course, “Ecological Design in the Built Environment”. Most recently, Andy was the professor of sustainable design at Green Mountain College’s Renewable Energy and Ecological Design (REED) program.
Currently living in Montpelier, Vermont, Andy has two daughters who are crazy about soccer.