Hannah’s upbringing in the Hudson Valley shaped her life-long passions for art, building community, and the outdoors. She is grateful she discovered the practice of landscape architecture at a young age and has always felt it was the perfect fit for her because the practice marries her passions with her desire to make a difference in the world.
In 2020, Hannah completed her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with a minor in Water Resources at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York. As a student she focused on the role of landscape design in urban ecology, green infrastructure, and neighborhood revitalization. Her dedication to her studies earned her two student awards upon graduation – the 2020 ASLA Student Honor Award and the 2020 Distinguished Student Award. These awards recognize her academic achievement, design competence, and interpersonal skills.
Prior to joining WHLA, Hannah worked at a small landscape architecture and engineering firm in Saratoga Springs, New York. There she gained experience working on a broad spectrum of projects ranging from ski resorts, college campuses, public parks, and high-end residences in upstate New York. There she developed skills in project permitting, stormwater design, and designing with local materials and native plants.Email Hannah