Jamie Maslyn Larson’s portfolio of work embodies the integration of transformation and design excellence. Over the last 19 years, Jamie’s design leadership on complex, multi-phase public realm and cultural landscape projects has given her a deep understanding of the critically important role that landscape has in contemporary culture. Her work spans the country with a range of public and private clients including federal and city public agencies, universities, cultural institutions, and private developers. Her award-winning portfolio demonstrates her capacity to execute long-term projects and her deep commitment to design quality at every scale and stage of the process.
Prior to joining Wagner Hodgson, Jamie was a Principal at West 8’s New York office with a nation-wide, diverse portfolio that garnered many design awards and national and international press. She was Principal-in Charge of the firm’s United States portfolio, which includes some of the firm’s most emblematic projects, including Governors Island Park and Public Space project, Longwood Gardens Master Plan, and Soundscape in Miami Beach, Florida. Jamie lectures and presents at national conferences and universities and has been published in Landscape Journal. She received her Master in Landscape Architecture degree from Utah State University. She is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a Fellow at the Forum for Urban Design, and a licensed landscape architect in New York, Pennsylvania and Florida.