Chloe joined NBW in the summer of 2012 and is currently project manager for the master plan of the Mount Cuba Center in Hockessin, Delaware. She has managed the implementation and construction of the Centennial Park master plan in Nashville, Tennessee; and master plans for two new regional parks – Stones River Bend and Southeast Davidson – both a part of Nashville’s Plan to Play initiative. She is also involved in the implementation of the Cornwall Park master plan in Auckland, New Zealand.
Chloe holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia (2010), where she was honored with an ASLA Certificate of Merit for her student work and a Raven Society Traveling Fellowship, which funded research on landscapes of learning and play in Denmark. She also holds a BA in Studio Art from Oberlin College. Chloe’s previous experience includes D.I.R.T. Studio, where she worked on numerous post-industrial landscapes, and Siteworks Studio, where she worked on the design of university campuses throughout Virginia. She was also an adjunct professor at UVA where she taught graduate-level landscape representation, and continues to be a frequent guest critic on design reviews.