ASLA elevates 27 members to Fellows for dedication to community and craft

The American Culture of Landscape Architects (ASLA) elected of 27 its members to be elevated to the ASLA Council of Fellows, for their extraordinary work, leadership, expertise, and assistance. Photos courtesy ASLA

The American Modern society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) elected of 27 its users to be elevated to the ASLA Council of Fellows, for their outstanding operate, management, knowledge, and services.

“Every landscape architect helps condition their neighborhood for the better, and ASLA Fellows represent the most attained and revered industry experts in their field,” claims ASLA president Eugenia Martin, FASLA. “Their excellent contributions from coastline to coast and internationally have assisted progress fairness, environmental sustainability, and excellence in structure and arranging.”
The newly elected Fellows will be elevated this November, all through an investiture ceremony at the 2022 Conference on Landscape Architecture in San Francisco. They are as follows:

  • Mike Albert, ASLA, Structure Workshop, Inc., Aspen, Colorado
  • Richard Alomar, ASLA, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • John Amodeo, ASLA, IBI Placemaking, Boston, Massachusetts
  • María Bellalta, ASLA, Boston Architectural School, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Deneen Crosby, ASLA, Crosby Schlessinger Smallridge, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Galen S. Drake, ASLA, J2Style and design, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Bruce Dvorak, ASLA, Texas A&M College, College Station, Texas
  • Kyle L. Fiddelke, ASLA, OJB, San Diego
  • Joan Floura, ASLA, Floura Teeter Landscape Architects, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Christian Gabriel, ASLA, Maryland-Countrywide Money Park and Planning Commission, Riverdale, Maryland
  • William A. Eco-friendly, ASLA, College of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
  • Adam Greenspan, ASLA, PWP Landscape Architecture, Berkeley, California
  • Robert Hughes, ASLA, HGOR, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Claire Humber, ASLA, SE Group, Burlington, Vermont
  • Mark Klopfer, ASLA, Klopfer Martin Layout Group and Wentworth Institute of Engineering, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Claire Latané, ASLA, California Condition Polytechnic University, Pomona, California
  • Samir Mathur, International ASLA, Integral Types Global Studio, New Delhi, Delhi, India
  • Philip J. Meyer, ASLA, Baughman Organization, Wichita, Kansas
  • Ramon V. Murray, ASLA, Murray Layout Group, Orlando, Florida
  • Heidi Natura, ASLA, Living Habitats, Chicago, Illinois
  • Jennifer L. Nitzky, ASLA, Studio HIP, Ossining, New York
  • Kevin Osburn, ASLA, Rundell Ernstberger Associates, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Jeffrey J. Pongonis, ASLA, MKSK, Columbus, Ohio
  • Nancy Prince, ASLA, New York Town Department of Parks and Recreation, New York, New York
  • Debra Schmucker, ASLA, Cornerstone Setting up & Design and style, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Michael Stanley, ASLA, Dream Style and design Global, Rapids City, South Dakota
  • April Westcott, ASLA, MG Landscape & Irrigation, Indianapolis, Indiana

“ASLA is effective tirelessly to help its users and amplify the good they do in the entire world, so naming a new class of Fellows is a joyful reminder of everything landscape architects execute,” says ASLA CEO Torey Carter-Conneen. “We increase our warmest many thanks to the new class of ASLA Fellows for exemplifying the very best in the area.”