Emily Bullock is a Principal in SMM’s New Orleans office. With over 12 years of experience, Emily’s work focuses on planting design, especially the use of native plants, and sustainable landscape design. She has worked on a range of projects that involve comprehensive stormwater management practices and the capture and reuse of water on site. Emily skillfully manages a diverse set of projects across all types and scales. She is attentive and flexible to the needs of clients while also maintaining a sensitivity to deadlines.
Emily has experience working with dynamic and diverse communities across New Orleans, as well as in cities such as Detroit, Brownsville, TX, and Springdale, AR among others. She has designed and led community engagement efforts in the Fitzgerald neighborhood in Detroit, a youth-inclusive design process with middle school students at Height Elementary in New Orleans focused on stormwater management, and a bilingual neighborhood green infrastructure engagement plan in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Emily is active in several community-based organizations. She serves on the boards of The Water Collaborative and the Friends of Lafitte Greenway. She is also the Secretary of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.