I haven’t done any update to my folio, but I’m currently working full time at a firm (the one I interned at) made up of registered planners and architects, and 1 or 2 unregistered LA’s. I was hoping grad school would act as a means to not only go beyond what I learned in my BSLA, but also act as a means to reinsert myself into the field when things start to pick up again.
Judging from what I’ve seen with planning, architecture, and landscape architecture so far, I find myself still more interested in site specific design treatments rather than the large scale design that planning implies. Additionally, I’m no fan of codes, and have dealt with form based codes on a daily basis. Perhaps I’ll go for my M.Arch then, though I’m not convinced it’s the right path for me. My interests in LA involves anything relative to the urban context, so perhaps M.Arch is what’s best.