Creating outdoor rooms that extend beyond the walls of your home.
Designing attractive and functional parks and public opens space areas.
Forging vibrant communities where people are drawn to live.
Our team of talented landscape architects and designers stands ready to assist you with your land planning, landscape architecture and landscape design needs. Our team is led by Brady Pitcher. Below is a brief bio of Brady.
Education: Bachelors of Landscape Architecture & Planning University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Honors/Awards: Award of Honor in the study of Landscape Architecture, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2003.
People’s Choice Award – Landscape, Utah County Parade of Homes 2009
Licensure: Utah Registered Landscape Architect; License # 6020414
Idaho Licensed Landscape Architect: License # LA-16675
Technical Skills: Site Inventory & Analysis, Residential Estate Planning and Design, Desert Adaptive Planting Design, Construction Document Preparation, Site Administration, Computer Technology (AutoCAD, LandFX, Illustrator, Sketch-up (3D Design), Adobe Photo Shop, Illustrator, InDesign), Graphic Presentation/Hand renderings.
Experience: Brady brings his professional design background and experience to the Redtwig Land Design team. He has had the privilege of working with developers, home owners, and other design professionals to create vibrant public and private spaces.
Having been raised on a dairy farm in beautiful Cache Valley Utah, Brady learned a deep appreciation for hard work and a great love for the land. Starting his schooling in civil engineering at Utah State University, Brady learned that his love was in creative design and switched his focus to Landscape Architecture. This switch allowed for the use of the technical skills/concepts learned in engineering while allowing for artistic design. In order to allow for a more complete education, Brady transferred to the University of Nevada Las Vegas and had the privilege of learning design in the desert environment.
Brady started his professional career in the Mojave Desert of Las Vegas, Nevada. In collaboration with engineers and architects, he worked on residential and commercial projects. The desert environment was a great classroom to teach Brady about desert adaptive plant material and low water use landscapes as well as an appreciation and respect for the desert environment.
After leaving the beauty of the Mojave Desert, Brady returned to his native Utah and continued his career in projects ranging from residential design to large-scale community master planning/community theming. This provided opportunities to work with home owners as well as developers and cities. Brady’s residential design recently won the people’s choice award for landscape in the 2009 Utah County Parade of Homes.
In the fall of 2003, Brady had the privilege of working to create the Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD) Education Gardens. These gardens provide useful information to the general public about landscape design, maintenance and installation. Since completion in 2007, Brady has taught the Residential Design class in the CUWCD amphitheater.