From city parks to council circles, these are a few of my favorite places.
Art Hill in Forest Park
St. Louis, Missouri
The landscape architecture projects I work on range in scale from parklet to hundreds of acres. What is central to all of them is forward-thinking, multi-faceted approach that makes for flexible spaces that can adapt to a wide variety of human and ecological needs.
From croquet, rose colored petals in a bouquet, to custom wine labels and tiny keepsakes for guests, I love capturing the micro-scale details and macro-scale impressions of cultural places and events. My collections tell a story that can't be told in photographs and connect people with the places they love.
Bringing people together around art and landscapes elevates my landscape architecture practice. I have collaborated with organizations and institutions to host workshops where I share my passion for the creative process, These events build excitement among local residents and friends around public space design and creativity.
Stretch your imagination and share the creative experience with others.
Capture your most important moments in a painting or sketch.
Cultural & Historic Places
We all have places we loved going as a kid- a favorite park or ice rink or museum where we've created memories with our friends and family. Those places need our support now more than ever. Emily creates custom print and product collections for organizations and institutions that support public spaces.
Capture the details of your engagement, wedding, live performance, or other event with live painting or a post-event set of custom water-color and ink paintings inspired by event photos. Through a personalized consultation, Emily will work with families, couples, groups, and individuals to capture important moments of your life and create a treasured keepsake.
Purchase custom prints & products
Hi, I’m Emily. I am a landscape architect and artist living in the City of Oaks (Raleigh, North Carolina). My landscape architecture work focuses on public spaces and includes the revitalization of institutional campuses, streetscapes, trail networks, campuses, plazas and parks. I collaborate with universities, public agencies and design teams to transform urban places that maximize the cultural and environmental potential of sites. Art and architecture inspired my decision to become a landscape architect. My favorite mediums of expression are watercolor, collage and ink. The collections I create capture unique elements of each place I visit and event I attend.