Christopher Guillard is a founding partner of CMG landscape architecture, serving as the firm’s managing principal and directing many of the firm’s projects. Prior to founding CMG landscape architecture, he worked with Hargreaves Associates, serving as a project manager and designer on many of the firm’s award winning public open space and waterfront park projects. Chris’s passion and commitment to vibrant public space and sustainable environmental design has benefited projects such as Crissy Field, Treasure Island and the Crocker Amazon Playground, which he completed in collaboration with NPC. In 2001 he received the outstanding alumni award from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech. He lectures and teaches on landscape urbanism and design.