Tiffany leads OLIN’s Los Angeles studio. Her background in art and music inform much of her design ethos. She believes landscape should be immersive and experienced with all the senses. Her humanistic approach is evident in her designs working across a wide range of typologies including urban parks, cultural institutions, mixed use cityscapes, universities and federal campuses. Tiffany’s notable works include Simon and Helen Director Park in Portland, Oregon; Weill Roof Terrace at Carnegie Hall in New York, NY; Plummer Park in West Hollywood, California; and the AIA award-winning Morse & Ezra Stiles College at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Tiffany recently led a competition-winning entry for an iconic public plaza and mixed-use development in downtown Santa Monica, and developed the landscape design for the nation's first art-house film drive-in movie theater in Marfa, Texas. Currently she is working on a hotel and residential development in the heart of Beverly Hills, a master plan to revitalize a 120-acre beachfront park in Honolulu, Hawaii, a public plaza in downtown Miami, a small arts center on Mercer Island in Washington, and the University of California's Engineering VI buildings in Los Angeles, CA.
Prior to joining OLIN in 2005, Tiffany received a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, as well as a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with highest honors from the University of Illinois, where she also earned the American Society of Landscape Architects Award of Honor. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of The Cultural Landscape Foundation.