Cheryl Brown is a Senior Landscape Architect at DHDA and began pursuing landscape design in Vermont, integrating her passions for gardening and the outdoors with design. Looking to explore the field of landscape design more extensively, she continued her education and completed a Master Degree in Landscape Architecture at Cornell University in 2006. While in school, Ms. Brown was employed as an intern with a residential design-build firm in the Aspen, Colorado area. Here she had the opportunity to work with both homeowners and architects to create outdoor living spaces.
After graduating, she gained experience working on sustainable design projects, ranging in size from small scale entryway gardens to large scale, mixed use developments. She enjoys integrating sustainable design techniques aesthetically into landscape designs. Cheryl Brown is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of Connecticut and member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. In her free time she volunteers for the New England Wildflower Society, surveying and cataloging rare and endangered plants in Connecticut.