Dennis Meyer (PLA, ASLA, LEED AP) is an award-winning landscape architect with a reputation for exceptional vision and design. Growing up he worked on his family farm and witnessed the suburban sprawl that altered the land around it. His interest in conserving agricultural lands, open spaces, and natural settings sparked an educational focus on planning, landscape architecture, and fine arts, which then became a professional career dedicated to creating spaces with a deep sense of place and community. Dennis views each project as an opportunity to find and reveal the stories hidden in the land and present them for discovery by generations to come. His incredible diversity and creativity is demonstrated in the range of parks, open spaces, museums, civic facilities, public gardens, and zoos that he has designed across the country. As steward of his own home and garden, Dennis is inspired by the continuous evolution and reinvention associated with the design and building process that he applies in his work. With over 35 years of experience, he has developed an uncanny ability to realize the potential of each site by illuminating the community and client’s vision and needs. His facilitation and communication skills enable him to diffuse potentially controversial situations and bring project collaborators to common ground. As a visionary and a pragmatist, Dennis seeks beautiful and innovative design solutions that affect positive change and produce memorable experiences and renewal.