Danielle is a licensed landscape architect specializing in science based design. She practices the art of balancing design with science and science with design in a variety of Pacific Northwest landscapes. On this frontier of ecological research and landscape design, Danielle particularly enjoys working on ever-changing edges, where water meets land, and where people meet nature. This work includes understanding landscapes in their historic, present and future conditions, visual representation of change and predicting future changes. Her favorite projects incorporate robust and elegant restoration and preservation of natural processes at the edges of rivers and estuaries, cities and communities. Danielle has an MS in Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington, an MS in Ecology from the University of California at Davis, and a BS in Biology from the University of Utah. She is a licensed professional landscape architect in Washington and Oregon.