After starting her career as an analyst for the Department of Defense, Shoshanah sought a field where she could explore her creativity and connect with the outdoors. Landscape architecture was an obvious answer for her, and she hasn’t looked back since. She came to Weber Thompson with a background in single-family residential design, giving her a deep appreciation of the Pacific Northwest plant palette and outdoor spaces that feel like home. At Weber Thompson, she has expanded her experience to include many different scales of design and enjoys problem-solving her way through challenging and complicated urban designs.
After gaining years of experience working hands on with residential clients in Seattle, Shoshanah joined the Weber Thompson Landscape Architecture studio in the spring of 2019. At WT she is able to dive back into the kind of projects from which her passion for landscape architecture grew – solving design challenges that come with tight, difficult urban spaces. She is dedicated to finding durable and sustainable solutions to these problems and seeks inspiration everywhere, especially outdoors. Shoshanah sees something new to look at every day as landscapes change with the seasons and planting combinations develop together over time. Her passion for landscape architecture even led her to design a prototype for a patented modular urban gardening system.
When she’s not solving urban landscape challenges, Shoshanah enjoys time with her kids and tries to find time to run, hike, and of course, work in her garden.
Princeton University, Bachelor of Arts in History