Lindsey Luria


Lindsey is a graduate of University of Virginia, where she recently completed a Master of Landscape Architecture. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Geography from James Madison University. She brings to Reed Hilderbrand her experience working for National Geographic Society, AmeriCorps, and environmental consultants to promote public health, as well as prior design experience interning for landscape architecture offices such as Wolf | Josey Landscape Architects and SWA. Lindsey’s writing, which spans her interests in history, community health, and ecology, has been published by Charlottesville’s “Abode Magazine” and National Geographic. Lindsey currently serves as project designer for Longwood Gardens, The Breakers, and The Speed Art Museum.