Jason Reibold, joined Ann P. Stokes Landscape Architects in the Fall of 2018. He currently serves as landscape designer with responsibilities including conceptual design, construction detailing and project coordination for a variety of the firm’s high-end residential projects. His passion, besides plants, is to help facilitate interaction and inspire education between people and their historical and existing landscapes. More specifically, creating spaces that celebrate ecology and history, and foster culture, innovation, and education.
Before coming to APSLA, Mr. Reibold was a project designer and general landscape contractor at Dan Druffel Landscaping & Design, a design build office, in Cincinnati, OH. Previously, he worked as a landscape designer for Moody Graham of Washington, D.C. where he worked on a variety of commercial, residential and public projects, as well as competitions. During his internship at Studio PARKKIM in Seoul, South Korea he served as a designer for the landscape surrounding the Seoul Broadcasting Station.
A few of his professional achievements have been the design and coordination of over twenty projects from concept to construction (in five states and two countries), the design and installation of the Southwest DC Community Garden, and second place in the DC Affordable Living Design Competition (Moody Graham/Teass-Warren Architects).
Mr. Reibold earned his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Ohio State University in 2012 and holds an Associate Applied Business in Landscape Horticulture Technology and Landscape Design Certificate from Cincinnati State Technical College.