Elizabeth Gonzalez-Guillot is a Senior Landscape Architect with a passion for plants and an enthusiasm for flowers and gardens which she developed while growing up on a small organic farm in New Jersey. While in school she found a way to combine her two interests, horticulture and art, and earned a Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University, in Environmental Planning and Design; Landscape Architecture. Through her travels, she has visited many places of inspiration such as Spain, France, and Mexico where she lived for a brief time.
She gained valuable experience working in small firms in northern New Jersey and Portland, ME, as well as an award winning firm in Boston, MA where she worked on residential designs throughout Coastal New England and upsate New York. Elizabeth is a Registered Landscape Architect in New York and Connecticut and a member of the ASLA. She has served on the Board of Directors at the Bartlett Arboretum in Stamford, CT.