Jackson Plumlee

Designer

Jackson earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Northeastern University in their first class of landscape architects, graduating magna cum laude with honors. His grant-funded senior research thesis and exhibition explored infrastructural landscapes in Boston and the ways in which the city has bridged regional infrastructural and ecological systems with local neighborhoods through the public realm. During his 2015 internship at Reed Hilderbrand, Jackson helped manage the firm’s ASLA and BSLA Awards submissions, which culminated in a total of six awards in the general design and research categories. He currently works as a project designer on two private residences, in Houston, TX and Washington, CT.