We Welcome Our Newest Staff Members

Posted by Paula Eastwood on December 26, 2018 12:26:45 PM MST

Over the past few months, MRWM has brought additional talent to our creative and dedicated staff. We are excited to introduce you to four people who expand our capabilities, our diversity and our vision for the future.

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Jeff Stuart, Landscape Architect

Jeff Stuart joined MRWM Landscape Architects with a wide background in landscape architecture, project management and administration. He is a licensed Landscape Architect and Irrigator, building his experience in metropolitan Texas. Jeff’s work in irrigation design and creative planning brings additional expertise to the MRWM team, as he adapts to materials and ecosystems of the desert Southwest. Jeff graduated from Texas Tech University.


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Liang Zhao, Landscape Designer

Liang recently earned her Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Texas A&M University. While pursuing her studies she led a team of three graduate students to win the Texas ASLA 2016 Student Honor Award in landscape design. Liang won scholarships and design awards before graduating with honors. She is trained in site analysis, conceptual/master plan design, and graphic representation. Liang has participated in international graphic/landscape design and master plan projects.


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Paula Eastwood, Marketing Coordinator

Paula brings a background in publication and graphic design, art direction and promotional consulting to MRWM. Starting in publishing and cable television in New York, she relocated to New Mexico as art director for the Santa Fean magazine. Paula launched Eastwood Design serving arts and science non-profits. Her interest in desert landscape and photography meshes with MRWM’s mission to improve quality of life through outdoor design. Paula is a member of AIGA and Design Corps of Santa Fe.


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Tess Houle, Landscape Designer

Tess is a proponent of green storm water infrastructure as a means to creating resilient communities, improving environmental health, and decreasing water use. She earned her Master of Landscape Architecture degree from The University of New Mexico , receiving awards from the New Mexico ASLA and the EPA Campus Rainworks Challenge. Tess volunteers with the Arid LID Coalition which she recently helped revive.


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