With a background in conservation fieldwork as well as professional practice, Sarah’s work reflects the importance of exploring the social, cultural, and ecological context beyond a site itself. Through design she strives to connect people with their surroundings and create meaningful human experiences. Sarah draws on her previous experience at a multidisciplinary firm by engaging in all phases of design on projects of varying scope and scale, particularly relating to open space and urban redevelopment. Her work in Wisconsin evoked regional materials and highlighted the unique history of a place while meeting client goals and current needs. She continues to seek ways to grow as a designer in order to create thoughtful and memorable spaces. Prior to joining Campbell Landscape Architecture in 2018, Sarah worked as a landscape designer for Ayres Associates in Madison, Wisconsin.
Bachelor of Science - Landscape Architecture, 2016 | The University of Wisconsin-Madison