Christopher Moyles ASLA
Chris Moyles is a Principal of Reed Hilderbrand and has overseen the design and implementation of beautiful and innovative, high-performance landscapes across all scales, from the Poetry Foundation Headquarters to the Parrish Art Museum to the ongoing development of Boston’s Seaport District. After first collaborating with Doug Reed at Child Associates, Chris joined Reed Hilderbrand in 2000. He has emerged as a leading voice within the discipline for the advancement of performance-driven sustainable construction practices, including soils design and urban tree planting. Chris guided the eight-year transformation of a brownfield site on the Hudson River into a new twenty-first century park, Long Dock Park, among the nation’s first Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES™)-certified projects. He currently leads the master plan for the Contemporary Austin’s Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park and is principal-in-charge for the renewal of Rosslyn Plaza near Washington, DC. Chris received a Master of Landscape Architecture degree and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia.