Danielle Alexander teaches in both the Gateway Program as well as the Advanced Architectural studios. She approaches landscape architecture through her training in the arts as well as her interests in horticulture, agriculture, city-making, and urbanization.
Danielle graduated from the University of Virginia with a Master of Landscape Architecture degree and holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University in East Asian Studies and Visual and Environmental Studies. At UVA, Danielle was awarded the William R. Kenan Fellowship in Architecture for teaching, as well as the Virginia ASLA award for Excellence in the Study of Landscape Architecture. She served as Co-Chief Editor of the student-run design journal, lunch, which won regional and national ASLA awards for communication and design. She has presented her work at conferences here and abroad.
Most recently, she joined the staff of Reed Hilderbrand as a landscape designer. Her previous professional experience includes time spent at Verzone Woods Architectes and Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.