Jeff Anderson

Mr. Anderson views landscape architecture as a noble endeavor and embraces the challenge to practice, with devotion, in a manner that demonstrates the search for harmony between society and our natural environment. Through design, Jeff strives to wake the senses and provoke inspiration while believing spaces are to be experienced not solely viewed. Mr. Anderson's work will stay true to the region, responsive to its context, meaningful to its culture and above all, functional.

With a deep passion for design, Mr. Anderson relies on the concept and the project process to aid in developing sound design decisions and a common point of reference. These are the seeds that can grow into a successful project built on a foundation of symbiotic relationships between landscape architecture, architectural structures, and interior environments working in concert to speak the same vocabulary. Dedicating himself to the project, Jeff constantly strives to create memorable and successful places.

Arizona State University • Tempe, Arizona
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, 1995

Arizona State University • Tempe, Arizona
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning
International Field Studies, 1995

Geographic Information System (GIS) Studies; Rio Salado Park Project • Tempe, Arizona

American Wilderness Leadership School • Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
Summer 1988

Professional Experience
The Design Element, PLLC • Phoenix, Arizona
Partner, 2007-Present

Ebb and Flow, LLC • Phoenix, Arizona
Principal, 2002-2007

Carter Burgess • Phoenix, Arizona
Project Manager, Project Designer, 2004-2005

Arizona State Univerity • Tempe, Arizona
Faculty Associate College of Architecture and Environmental Design, 2002

Cornoyer-Hedrick • Phoenix, Arizona
Associate, Studio Team Leader, 1994-2001

Professional Affiliations
U.S. Green Building Council; Member

Arizona Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architecture (AZASLA)
Chapter Secretary, 1999-2001

Arizona State University; Student Mentor and Guest Juror

Joint Urban Design Studio at Arizona State University; Core Charette Team Member

Orchids and Onions; Juror

Professional Achievements
City of Tempe Art in Private Development Excellence Award:
Tosco (Artist: Grygutis)

Orchids & Onions Site Design Award: Classic Residence

Silver Award in the 2001 Senior Housing Design Awards Competition:
Classic Residence by Hyatt & The Plaza Companies

2002 Valley Forward Environmental Excellence Merit: Tosco

Registered Landscape Architect, Arizona Board of Technical Registration
Phoenix, Arizona 1999

Phoenix Home & Garden, "Curb Appeal"
August 2002, p. 82 (Connolly Residence)

"It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to carve and paint the very atmosphere and medium through which we look. To affect the quality of the day - that is the highest of arts."
-Henry David Thoreau