Tracey Miller has had the pleasure of assisting clients with the design and implementation of unique and enriching environments for over 20 years. She offers a refined sense of detail to her work and is committed to site-specific, client-driven design. She began her career as a professional gardener in New York and Connecticut garnering a lifelong interest in plants and the complexities of plant communities.
The daughter of an artist and builder, she grew up in central Kentucky where she spent weekends exploring the countryside with her architectural historian aunt in search of historic stone houses and rock walls. Those early travels fostered an appreciation for the repetitive patterns found in the bluegrass region’s agrarian landscape contrasted with the craggy contours of the surrounding Appalachian woodlands. Such impressions have inspired an aesthetic philosophy grounded in clean, deliberate design that respects the classic appeal of regional settings.
She received a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Virginia and is certified by the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards and is a registered landscape architect in New York and Connecticut. She serves on the Residential Design Committee of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and she teaches at the University of Connecticut Department Landscape Architecture. She also enjoys time spent volunteering at Ridgefield Operation Animal Rescue.
Is a consultant for the firm and a graduate student at The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College where she is pursuing a Master of Landscape Architecture degree. She has spent much of her graduate career researching, mapping, and designing within social and ecological systems in rural and urban environments. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut and has a passion for working with native plants in biologically diverse spaces.
Is a consultant for the firm and brings to his work a passion for environmental science and an intuitive approach to design and drawing. He received Master of Landscape Architecture from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and has undergraduate degrees from the University of Connecticut in Geology and Geography. Bryan has previously worked as an environmental scientist for Milone and MacBroom in Cheshire, CT and as a landscape designer Saratoga Associates in New York City.