Since completing her Master of Landscape Architecture degree at the University of Minnesota, Rachel has kept her design work rooted in the human experience. Drawing from her background in biology and psychology, she is inspired by the connections that the built environment can create between people as well as with our surroundings. Rachel is also fascinated by the roles that narratives play in the landscape and is constantly exploring ways in which landscape design can disclose existing stories and construct new ones. From concept sketches to built work, she keeps these narratives at the forefront of her process. When she’s not designing, you can find her exploring local parks and breweries with her dog Wallace.