Stacy Passmore is a landscape designer and urban planner passionate about shaping environments that initiate positive change and innovation in communities. Her work explores field-based methods of research, understanding that environments and communities are deeply dynamic and require designs that engage with conditions of change. Working at multiple scales of reading and representing landscapes, Stacy’s recent projects focus on the resiliency of freshwater landscapes and the potential for design approaches that reconsider the relationships between humans and ecological systems.
Stacy received a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Masters of Community and Regional Planning from the University of British Columbia. She is a recipient of the 2018 Charles Eliot Fellowship and the Penny White Project Fund from the GSD. She has worked in private, public and non-profit sectors, including MASS Design and the New York City Department of City Planning. She is LEED AP and AICP Certified.
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