The Light Table Design Collective (LTDC) is an urban design collective specializing in public art, community design, green infrastructure and landscape architecture. We have been working collaboratively, across disciplines and with communities since 2009.
Carrie Barnes, Visual Artist & Landscape Designer
+ Working with Re:Play to envision and establish Seattle's first adventure playground.
Judy Blanco, Director of Riparian Restoration at Forterra
+ Managing ecological restoration projects for the Cedar River.
Riisa Conklin, Executive Director at Freeway Park Association
+ Working with Downtown and First Hill communities to activate and enrich Seattle's largest urban open space, Freeway Park.
Danielle L. Devier, PLA, LEED AP ND
+ Working as an ecological restoration landscape architect at Natural Systems Design.
+ Collaborating on several side-projects focused on enhancing a balanced habitat and farming goals.
Annika McIntosh, Owner & Designer at HAZEL Landscapes & Edibles
+ Working with the Green Futures Lab, UW as an Urban Designer.
+ Volunteering for Pomegranate Center & Greenwood Community Council.
Maria Taylor, Ph.D Candidate, University of Michigan, Architecture Dpt. History/Theory
+ Working on a dissertation on "urban greening and beautification" in post WWII Soviet cities.