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; is managing the implementation and construction of the Centennial Park master plan in Nashville, Tennessee; and is working on the 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.