Brianna Frey is an urban planner and analyst who works primarily on data and mapping-driven projects, based in Asakura Robinson’s Austin studio. She is passionate about the intersection of community development and placemaking. She is working to expand her project portfolio in small area planning and economic development. Brianna’s professional work to date has focused on active transportation, community development, and placemaking projects in San Antonio, Austin, and Houston. Brianna aims to work collectively with Asakura Robinson’s interdisciplinary teams to embrace and enhance the livelihood and vitality of communities and public spaces by strengthening existing community relationships and programs. Brianna is actively involved with Women’s Transportation Seminar to advance women in the transportation industry. She also serves on the Austin Trinity University Alumni Board. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor recreation and philanthropy.
If you could work on a project anywhere in the world where would it be?
Queenstown, New Zealand
What’s your creative tool of choice?
If you had a superpower to make a bigger impact on communities/ cities/ or environments what superpower would you have?
The superpower to “City Bend” like in the movie “Inception”, but as a temporary tool only to help the community visualize potential changes to their urban environments.