Koger has designed and built a large collection of innovative systems for the hydroponic world, ranging from precision production farms to interior landscape integration. He has trained more than 40 farmers, ranging from those with no hydroponic experience to those who had been in business for several years. In 2014, he was a lead instructor for an internationally recognized hydroponic certification course, the Boswyck Farms Hydroponic Certification Course, that taught students to build, maintain and operate their own hydroponic farms.

Koger has been a director of design in the fashion, graphics, sculpture, and hydroponic farm design industries. His design projects have been published in architectural blogs and journals, as well as in news outlets including the Huffington Post and the New York Times. His work has been commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Tate Modern in London. He has spoken on design panels for Parsons School of Design and a Google+-sponsored discussion on Art Business.

Koger has established networks of medical marijuana growers and hydroponic growers worldwide. He has a broad network of contacts ranging from PR to front/back-end web development. For 18 months in 2003 and 2004 he was highly successful in sales of high-end furniture at Z Gallerie in Santa Barbara.

Koger attended The School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a rarely offered Presidential Merit Scholarship based on portfolio submission. His focus was in design and architecture, with a highly conceptual-based approach focused on sustainability.