Amelle Schultz PLA, LEED AP
Amelle Schultz is a principal at Ayers Saint Gross with an expertise in landscape architecture, campus master planning, and landscape master planning. Her work spans the entire spectrum of design, taking the macro-scale of planning and translating it seamlessly to the details of landscape architecture. She has worked on projects of all sizes, ranging in scale from campus master plans to detailed design work, for both public and private clients. Her goal is to create campuses, cities, and cultural landscapes that are equitable and sustainable, connecting people to nature and fostering a sense of belonging.
Amelle brings robust design and leadership skills to teams, including the ability to successfully lead an engaged process. She is most satisfied when she can help clients bring their visions to life over time. Some of her past projects include the Waterfront Campus Plan for the National Aquarium in Baltimore, the Grinnell College Landscape Master Plan, and numerous campus master plans, including Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Swarthmore College, and Ringling College of Art and Design.