Emily Bullock is an associate at Spackman Mossop+Michaels in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bullock’s work focuses on sustainable landscape design and planting design, especially regarding the use of native plants. She has worked on a range of projects that involve comprehensive storm-water management practices and the capture and reuse of water on site. Bullock received a Master of Landscape Architecture from the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture in 2009 and has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature from Davidson College. Prior to pursuing landscape architecture, Bullock worked for Save the Children on the Hurricane Katrina Response Team.