Jimmy has completed a wide range of public and private work that spans urban spaces, academic/healthcare campuses, institutional and retail/hospitality venues, and mixed use housing. He has developed master plans and design guidelines, and has worked on parks of various scales: from waterfront parks and National parks, to local neighborhood parks. A design leader with technical know-how, he has led, collaborated, and coordinated many complex projects with multiple stakeholders, design consultants, and contractors. His passion is rooted in the meaningful benefits of transforming our public spaces. In addition to leading his own projects, Jimmy also manages the firm's Operations and serves on the Port of San Francisco's Mission Rock - Pier 70 Design Advisory Committee.
Nathan brings a focus on the integration of ecology and infrastructure with the design of landscapes. Nathan is particularly interested in creating people-friendly spaces that evoke the site’s history and reveal ecology and natural process. He believes in a collaborative approach, seeking creative solutions that realize the opportunities and needs of the site, client, and community. In addition to guiding the firm, Nathan also teaches a professional practice class at UC Berkeley.
Doug brings leadership experience in parks, urban design, and historic landscapes. His vision and creativity have resulted in significant projects in Yosemite National Park, the Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, and other iconic and sensitive places. He brings particular expertise in historic landscapes, national park projects, and projects involving extensive community involvement. He develops a collaborative relationship with clients that results in responsive designs. His passions include art, history, and landscapes, which he regularly integrates into his work.