Massachusetts and Maine Licensed Landscape Architect
Jennifer Claster, President
With nearly 17 years of experience in multidisciplinary design settings, I have developed lasting connections with professionals in complementary fields and a deep respect for their expertise. In my work, I love the fertile ground of collaboration - working with clients, planners, engineers, artists, architects, and community members to bring project ideas to fruition.
My career started in Vermont, where I worked for a small civil engineering firm and then a landscape architecture and planning office. After moving to Maine in 2009, I spent seven years in the civil engineering group of a large regional engineering firm. Over the years, I have served over 50 municipal clients, as well as state and quasi-governmental agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, and private developers. Always passionate about plants, I taught landscape design in a horticultural degree program in Maine and have served on the board of the Wild Seed Project, dedicated to returning native plants to the Maine landscape. I also have volunteered my time and expertise to groups working to improve transportation choice.