Rebecca’s passion for the rich cultural history and development of cities led her to the field of landscape architecture. She believes in the opportunities that cities have to provide equitable access to nature, whether through a pocket park, a public shoreline, or an immersive ecological preserve. These values have drawn her to design practices that prioritize the bigger picture of socially and culturally responsive design within the built environment. She holds a BA in History with a minor in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA, and a Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington. Outside of the office she is happiest when exploring the city by bike, gardening at the p-patch, and hiking in the mountains whenever possible.