Future Landscapes
Design, Visualization & Photography

About Future Landscapes

My expertise in landscape visualization and representation has matured through my experiences working with award-winning firms in Berlin, Toronto and San Francisco.

Learning to work within each firm’s unique design approach taught me to be flexible with the tools I use and the methods I engage when designing & visualizing projects.

In 2016 I founded Future Landscapes with the ambition to pursue a more versatile and integrative approach to design that encompasses the spectrum of scales within graphic representation, from typography and digital web/print media to landscape planning on an urban scale. I purposely seek out projects that will challenge and increase my graphic dexterity. Working on the tangents of varied design fields means that I am able to make thoughtful connections between these fields, bringing a richness and diversity to my work.

As part of my practice I use a wide variety of digital and manual tools to establish a distinctive and emotive style within the field of landscape graphics and visualization. In my years of practice I have developed a high level of craftsmanship to bring future, as yet un-built landscapes, to life.

About

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Hi, I'm Stephanie

I'm a designer who's worked in public space, landscape architecture & urban design for 7 years. You can read my extended CV here.

My expertise in landscape visualization and representation has matured through my experiences working with award-winning firms in Berlin, Toronto and San Francisco. Learning to work within each firm’s unique design approach taught me to be flexible with the tools I use and the methods I engage when designing & visualizing projects.

In 2016 I founded Future Landscapes with the ambition to pursue a more versatile and integrative approach to design that encompasses the spectrum of scales within graphic representation, from typography and digital web/print media to landscape planning on an urban scale. I purposely seek out projects that will challenge and increase my graphic dexterity. Working on the tangents of varied design fields means that I am able to make thoughtful connections between these fields, bringing a richness and diversity to my work.

As part of my practice I use a wide variety of digital and manual tools to establish a distinctive and emotive style within the field of landscape graphics and visualization. In my years of practice I have developed a high level of craftsmanship to bring future, as yet unbuilt landscapes, to life.

See projects here.