Amy works to integrate landscape architecture with architecture. Amy oversees the firm’s landscape department to ensure that the landscape architecture for every project complements, activates, and strengthens the architectural design.
Since joining Marmol Radziner in 2013, Amy has worked on a wide range of the firm’s offerings, with an emphasis on single-family residences, large-scale mixed-used developments, and historic restoration projects in the Southern California region. These projects include the Summitridge residence in Beverly Hills, the Mandeville Canyon residence in Los Angeles, and the Cross Creek Ranch Development in Malibu. Award-winning historic restoration projects include the Kronish House in Beverly Hills, the Harvey House in Palm Springs, and the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. Amy is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of California and Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
A native of California’s Central Valley, Amy’s appreciation for an agrarian way of living informs her work and personal pursuits alike. Amy enjoys gardening, growing her own food, and restoring landscapes, as well as teaching others sustainable practices as a way to understand the natural world around them.