Eden Ferry is driven by her fascination in urban ecology, specifically waterways and systems, as well as a pursuit of environmental and social justice. Her ability to visualize natural systems solutions through an artistic lens is particularly helpful for efforts communicating ecological design to communities and stakeholders. She was recently part of a volunteer team who dedicated themselves to mapping potential issues and renewable energy alternatives for the Dakota Access Pipeline. Eden is currently working on renovating downtown Los Angeles’ California Plaza, and landscape designs for two new mixed-use housing developments: College Station in Chinatown and the Ice House in the Arts District, as well as design concepts for highly visible Los Angeles River-adjacent public spaces. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley.