Background & Bio
Harriett Jameson is a landscape designer at Michael Vergason Landscape Architects in Alexandria, VA. Prior to this, she served as a lecturer and Program Director of the Community Design Research Center at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
Harriett holds two masters degrees in Landscape Architecture & Urban and Environmental Planning from UVA. In 2013, she and Asa Eslocker were awarded the Howland Travelling Fellowship for Landscapes of Longevity, a full-length documentary film that premiered at the 2014 Virginia Film Festival. During graduate school, she was bestowed numerous university and national awards for her scholarship, including the 2014 Finalist for the National Olmsted Scholarship and the 2014 ASLA Student Honor Award for Research for her thesis A Spatial Analysis of the Uncharted Territory of Growing Old.