Angelica Rockquemore joined HHF Planners a little over a year ago, a Fulbright Scholar with experience studying Japanese garden preservation practices in Kyoto, Japan; and expertise in designing outdoor play areas in Maori language immersion preschools (a part of her Master’s thesis), in New Zealand.
Aside from the impact that Angelica has made on our firm with her creativity, and innovative design talents, she has also just begun to make her own mark on the national landscape architecture stage. In July, she was selected as one of six participants chosen nationally (and the only one from Hawai‘i) to attend this year’s annual ASLA Diversity Summit in Washington D.C.
We are truly proud and honored to have Angelica as a part of our firm; we feel that she is more than deserving of recognition.
Angelica has recently been featured in:
- A News Release of the American Society of Landscape Architects, “Celebrating Seven Leaders of Landscape Architecture During African American History Month.”
- The January/February 2016 issue of Hawaiiscape (magazine of the Landscape Industry Council of Hawai‘i) on Hawaii’s burgeoning landscape industry stars: “Young Professionals Redefine Success.”