NELSON BYRD WOLTZ
Breck has worked at Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects since 2000 and has managed a wide range of large-scale projects from university master plans and built work, to national design competitions and urban parks. Major landscape plan work includes: Eastwoodhill Arboretum Master Plan; Monticello Landscape Stewardship, the home of Thomas Jefferson in Virginia; and the multi-award winning Orongo Station Stewardship Plan in Gisborne, New Zealand, an ambitious plan for ecological restoration and cultural interpretation within the agricultural context of a sheep station that serves as a model for other New Zealand farms.
Breck has been project manager for five projects in New Zealand over the past 12 years, and sees that work as the formative experience in his career. In addition, Breck was a project manager for the nationally acclaimed urban sculpture park, Citygarden in St. Louis, Missouri, that was completed in July 2009. He is currently managing other public projects at the Cultural Arts Corridor in Fayetteville, Arkansas and at Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand.