Annapolis, MD, August 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Graham Landscape Architecture is announcing the promotion of Quinn Craughwell, ASLA to the position of associate. The company has also hired Kameron Aroom as a landscape architect intern.
Ms. Craughwell currently heads Graham Landscape Architecture’s Abingdon, Va. office, where she distinguished herself with her work on the expansion of Blackberry Farm, the award-winning Smokey Mountains resort. Ms. Craughwell’s projects incorporate the aesthetics of landscape design with core principles of sustainable land management practices, resulting in a sense of an inevitable natural beauty – the land as it was meant to be. She has a background in biology and a master’s degree in landscape architecture from North Carolina State University.
Mr. Aroom is a 2006 graduate of the University of Maryland University College, with a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture. He will be working out of GLA’s Annapolis office on many of the firm’s high-end residential projects. Prior to joining GLA, he was an associate designer intern at Scott Brinitzer Design Associates in Alexandria, Va. A Maryland native, he is a member of American Society of Landscape Architects and 2006 recipient of ASLA’s Merit Award.
About Graham Landscape Architecture
Founded in 1984 by Jay Graham, FASLA, Graham Landscape Architecture crafts classic landscapes for urban, country and waterfront estates, and historic properties. Headquartered in historic Annapolis, Maryland, with a branch office in Abingdon, Virginia, the firm's primary concentration lies within the mid-Atlantic Coastal and Piedmont regions. For more information, please visit www.grahamlandarch.com.