Dorothy Bothwell is a Landscape Designer with over 20 years of experience. Ideas are at the heart of her practice, which seeks to transcend boundaries between landscape, art, architecture and ecology.
Dorothy has a masters degree in landscape architecture from the University of Virginia, and a bachelors degree in fine arts and art history from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has designed for Michael Van Valkenburg Associates, Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, The New York City Department of Parks and Walker Macy. She also ran her own firm in Connecticut, Bothwell Site Design.
Marianne Paradis-Lemay is a Landscape Designer. She obtained a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Montreal (2008). She spent her early twenties working for renowned landscape designers on Nantucket Island, MA where she was responsible for on-site project management and maintenance. This unique experience forged her innate passion for engaging the landscape hand on. In the past 10 years, she has applied her expertise to a broad range of landscape architectural projects including public, institutional, residential and urban design throughout Oregon, California and international locations. Her previous experience includes working for PLACE, Meyer Silberberg Land Architects and Cliff Lowe Landscape Architects.