Gina Ford is a landscape architect, co-founder and principal of Agency Landscape + Planning. Underpinning her two decades of practice are a commitment to the design and planning of public places and the perpetuation of the value of landscape architecture via thought leadership, teaching, writing and lecturing. Her work has received awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Planning Association and the American Institute of Architects, among others. She is on the board of directors for the Cultural Landscape Foundation and was the recipient of the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Charles Eliot Traveling Fellowship and Wellesley College’s Shaw Fellowship. Download CV. firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal and Co-Founder
Brie Hensold is an urban planner, co-founder and principal of Agency Landscape + Planning. With a passion for understanding and improving communities and places, Brie brings a systems-based approach that integrates multiple disciplines and celebrates diverse perspectives. She has extensive experience developing creative and meaningful community engagement processes for planning and design projects. Brie’s experience encompasses multiple scales, from downtown plans to citywide park systems to resilience strategies. Her work has received awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Planning Association and the American Institute of Architects, among others. She co-teaches an executive education class in resilient cities at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Download CV.email@example.com
Urban Planner and Project Manager
An urban planner with a background in architecture,
Rhiannon Sinclair's work focuses on complex urban
systems across multiple scales. She uses data-driven
strategies to better understand and enhance the
relationship between people, buildings, systems and the
public realm. Rhiannon has considerable experience
communicating information to broad audiences to
promote strong community exchange and empowerment
within a planning process. In her work, she finds that the
role of this type of exchange and master plan facilitation
contributes to plans that are visionary, comprehensive, and
implementable. Download CV. firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Landscape Architect
Eamonn Hutton is a landscape architect with experience designing public landscapes at multiple scales. Eamonn has contributed design, planning, and research to a variety urban projects, including built landscapes and strategic parks master planning. He has a particular interest in the design of urban public spaces through an engaged public process and the role of technology in innovative spatial planning. Download CV. email@example.com
Xi Yang is a landscape designer with academic and practice experience in various regions of the United States and Asia. As a designer, she is interested in public engagement, environmental psychology and ecology. She holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, where she explored design and building processes in close collaboration with communities from diverse cultures. Xi is originally from China and spends her free time exploring psychology, anatomy, drums and local nurseries.
Tatyana Vashchenko is a landscape designer passionate about the intersection between urban placemaking, ecological design, community engagement and environmental stewardship. She leverages her background in horticulture, ecosystem management, and landscape architecture to help create visions and places that are flexible, legible and performative. A graduate of the University of Washington, outside of practice, she is an avid plant enthusiast, meticulous crafter and obsessive knitter.
Matthew Macchietto is a landscape architect focused on public projects addressing social equity, community engagement, and environmental resilience. Currently a masters candidate at Harvard, Matthew is passionate about how newly migrated cultural groups perceive, influence, and relate to public space in neighborhood parks. His research and field work aims to start a conversation between disciplines on how to design community open space to be more sensitive, welcoming, and adaptable to cultural and economic change. Prior to Harvard, he received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with distinction from the University of Nebraska.