Michelle Sullivan has focused on ecologically and culturally sensitive design in her three decades of landscape architecture. Her strength is a broad understanding of design with specific knowledge in horticulture, materials, and construction. She is an ever-present leader in the firm and mentor to our project teams. In addition, she manages large visitor-oriented projects such as Dodger Stadium’s improvements as well as biodiverse projects such as the Nature Gardens at Los Angeles County Natural History Museum and UCLA’s Mildred Matthias Botanical Garden. Michelle’s work focuses on connecting the public to the natural environment, and on making nature’s restorative and beautiful qualities tangible through design. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree of Botany degree from University of California Santa Barbara and her Professional Designation Certificate in Landscape Architecture from UCLA Extension, where she currently is on the Guidance Committee. Michelle is both a landscape architect and certified arborist.