Our mindful approach to the practice of landscape architecture is strongly influenced by a project’s natural and cultural environment including topography, daylight, plants, geology, and architecture. Landscape Design is a way of telling a story and the discourse of the setting is often a response to microclimate, geography, terrain, seasonality, local tradition, or construction materials. This can be conveyed in the siting of a home; planning outdoor space to take advantage of natural light or views; or it may be expressed in the materials used for the construction of a wall or terrace. Every aspect of landscape shapes and informs the design of a project. We unify the natural and cultural conditions in our design. Landscape Designer and owner John Gilhooley’s practical experience in the field since 2001 reinforces his ambition to manicure the landscape. Mr. Gilhooley’s skills as a Landscape Designer and Project Manager integrate design fundamentals, site engineering, plant specification, landscape materials and construction methods. His proficiency in CAD and other digital media facilitate successful design coordination and execution. Mr. Gilhooley’s professional ambition is instrumental in providing clients with the enduring quality that Creative Design Landscapes demands.