Nuith Morales


Nuith is passionate about bringing landscape into the foreground so that we may develop or rediscover rituals of stewardship. Originally from Delicias, Mexico, she grew up with the sense of being “wrapped” by the vast Chihuahuan Desert sky and later fell in love with the cool dark forests of New England. Nuith studied studio art at Dartmouth College and afterwards worked as the animator for a documentary on the Marshall Islands titled “The Undiscovered Country: A Tale of Color and Development.” Nuith earned her MLA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and worked at Sasaki before joining the Reed Hilderbrand team in 2020. Nuith has worked at many scales and is adept at collaborating with allied professions. She seeks to bring rigor and poetry to each project by caring for the life and history of a site. Nuith is currently working on residential and institutional projects including Longwood Gardens. In her personal life, Nuith enjoys simple but laborious baking projects and returning to her favorite book, The Little Prince.