Chloe joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in the summer of 2012 and is currently working on master planning and design projects for Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee, a new public park in Birmingham, Alabama on the site of a former steam power plant, and managing a master plan for a 5000 acre private estate in Tasmania that includes historic gardens, a working farm and the proposed restoration of diverse ecological systems. 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 funding research in Denmark on landscapes for learning and play. She also holds a B.A. in Studio Art from Oberlin College (2003). Chloe’s past work includes projects at D.I.R.T. Studio on numerous post-industrial landscapes and Siteworks Studio on university campuses throughout Virginia. Since the fall of 2011, Chloe has taught periodically at the University of Virginia supporting graduate design studios with classes in landscape representation and been a frequent guest critic on design reviews.