I enjoy positively influencing natural, social, and economic climates.
Ask anyone in our Redmond office and they will tell you that Lindsay makes Otak a fun place to work.
Lindsay almost didn’t become a landscape architect. As a high schooler, she joined the Architecture, Construction, and Engineering Mentor Program, hoping to design buildings. Instead, she discovered landscape design and fell in love with creating outdoor spaces.
Now Lindsay creates sustainable landscape designs for the National Park Service and helps Washington roads with low-impact development drainage solutions. She is the creative force behind the Redmond Fun Committee’s colorful event invitations and annual Takee awards. Outside of Otak, Lindsay tutors children at Kingsgate Library, works to restore natural areas with the Green Kirkland Partnership, and is a member of the Washington Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Public Relations and Awareness Committee.
B.S. and Master’s in Landscape Architecture, University of Idaho
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital