Angela Tanner is a Landscape Architect on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where she specializes in designing restorative landscapes that bridge the gap between the built and natural worlds. Through her work at Jenick Studio Landscape Architecture, and their sister company Crawford Land Management, she seeks to create magical outdoor spaces that are inviting to both people and wildlife, and that express the unique personalities of each site. Angela holds a Master in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Kent State University.
Tanner became involved in the ELA initially through a desire to learn more about native plants and the artful ways they can be integrated into neighborhoods, cities, and homes. The more she learned, the more inspired she became by the growing network of ELA members who are always willing to take the time to share their unique knowledge, experience, and passion for a more beautiful and sustainable world.