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Emily Rogers

Senior Associate                                                                                                                                        Favorite Plant: Tsuga canadensis, Eastern Hemlock

Emily brings her passion for artful design and extensive knowledge of the Chesapeake Bay and Mid-Atlantic Region to every project. A Project Manager with Graham Landscape Architecture since 2012, she made the transition to Moody Graham in 2016. She earned her Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Art in Environmental Studies from Oberlin College. She is a licensed Landscape Architect in the state of Maryland.

A former environmental and elementary science educator, she takes pleasure in learning the natural systems at work on each site and using that knowledge to enhance designs. Her goal for each project is to form unique architectural spaces that intertwine the practical, the natural, and the beautiful.

  • University of Virginia                                                              Master of Landscape Architecture
  • Oberlin College                                                                    Bachelor of Art in Environmental Studies
  • ASLA Virginia Chapter Honor Award in Communications
  • Excellence in Design Award, University of Texas School of Architecture
  • First Place, Urban Design Charette, University of Texas School of Architecture
  • Professional Landscape Architect, Maryland
  • “The Past Was Not Static: Changing Uses of the Kitchen Gardens,” Dumbarton Oaks Landscape Architecture Intern Program
  • “10 x 10 Design Inspirations,” Landscape Contractors Association
  • “An Introduction to Landscape Architecture for High School Students,” Southern High School, & Bryn Mawr School
  • “Taking a Dip: Diversifying the Urban Experience of Water,” lunch vol. 5: flux, University of Virginia School of Architecture
  • ASLA Committee on Education
  • Maryland ASLA Executive Committee