Jennifer has been practicing professionally in both England and California since 2014. She is passionate about context-driven design that reinvigorates public space, responds to site, understands local ecology, and fosters a distinct sense of place. Her project experience includes a diverse selection of complex urban and mixed-used developments, parks, streetscapes, roof gardens, and riverside flood alleviation. Prior to joining PWP, Jennifer worked with LDA Design, a leading landscape architecture and urban design practice in London. Jennifer earned a Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where she was awarded a 2013 Penny White Project Award and the 2014 Baldwin Fellowship. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. She worked in the environmental nonprofit sector for four years prior to graduate school. Jennifer's international experience and dedication to global environmental and social issues remain key influences in her approach to landscape architecture.