Doug Reed, FASLA
In 1993 Doug Reed, FASLA, founded Reed Hilderbrand in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and he has shared design direction with Gary Hilderbrand since 1997. His role as a founding board member and co-chair of the Cultural Landscape Foundation affords him a platform for leadership in national debates that frame landscape architecture’s role in preserving and amplifying design heritage. The Architectural League of New York recognized Reed and Hilderbrand in their Emerging Voices program, an honor bestowed on firms with distinctive voices that have the potential to influence the design fields. Reed has served two terms as the landscape architect representative on the Design Review Board at Ohio State University. He received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from LSU in 1978 and is a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 2012 he enjoyed the great fortune of a residency at the American Academy in Rome.