GreenWorks announces the addition of two new landscape designers, Azad Sadjadi, LEED, and Danae Davison.
Azad Sadjadi, LEED, joins GreenWorks as a landscape designer with 3 years of experience. Previously employed at firms in California and in Oregon, he has a passion for sustainable design and skills in landscape design, graphic design, computer modeling and engineering details. His professional experience includes landscape design and planning of a 400-acre school redevelopment site for Architects without Borders Azad is currently working on the Coquille National Wildlife Refuge Area in Bandon, Oregon assisting with design of green infrastructure. Azad also enjoys painting and is a freelance artist whose work has been displayed at various venues and galleries. Azad received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Danae Davison is a landscape designer with 4 years of experience in park planning, cultural landscapes and residential design. Working on projects as near as the Columbia River Gorge and as far as remote mountains in Greece, she has an understanding of the relationship between natural and human landscapes. Her experience includes site design, master planning, design development, planting design, and hand and digital rendering. Danae is currently working on street improvements for the Mt. Hood Community College Greenway project. Danae holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Utah and a Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon.