Cheryl brings more than 15 years of experience in the profession to BNIM. Her work spans projects large and small, international and domestic. Dedicated to evidence based learning, Cheryl specializes in socially equitable, environmentally sensitive and biologically diverse place making. Currently, her interest lies in exploring alternative materiality of commonly specified objects.
Cheryl is a registered Landscape Architect in Virginia and LEED BD+C certified. She acquired her BSLA from West Virginia University in 2003 and her Master’s with honors from Louisiana State University in 2015.