Bryan Hanes is the founding principal of Studio Bryan Hanes. He is a Registered Landscape Architect in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York and Indiana and LEED Accredited Professional. Bryan has been involved in a diverse range of work, from significant urban and open space planning and design projects, to small-scale designs for institutional and private clients. Each project strives to acknowledge an understanding of the natural and cultural systems of a site.

Prior to forming Studio Bryan Hanes, Bryan spent nearly a decade at the internationally acclaimed office of Olin Partnership where he served as Associate-in-Charge of the transformation of major public spaces across the country and around the world. His contributions to the regeneration of Philadelphia’s public spaces include Independence National Historical Park, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Framework Plan, Logan Square, Sister Cities Garden at Logan Square, Penn Treaty Park, Clark Park and the Philadelphia Museum of Art Sculpture Garden and Parking Garage.



Donna has recently joined Studio Bryan Hanes, bringing 7 years of project experience at the urban park scale. Prior to joining the studio, she was an intermediate team member of the West 8+ DTAH joint venture managing Toronto’s large scale waterfront redevelopment project. The complex and highly visible infrastructural projects on Toronto’s waterfront have given her valuable experience coordinating large engineering teams with Landscape Architect as prime.

Prior to waterfront promenade redevelopment, Donna was an integral part of the Sherbourne Common Urban Park project team with Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg in Vancouver. The design process for Sherbourne Common involved coordinating a team including com­plex water feature design and public art within the public realm. Donna brings a familiarity with multidisciplinary coordination, schedule sensitive projects and experience at the urban park scale to the team.



Anthony has 20 years of has experience working on high profile award winning projects. His design and project management background includes institutional, commercial, higher education, hospitality, streetscapes and urban design projects. His work is defined by his exposure to multiple historic and cultural influences as well as his passion and understanding of environment. Technical knowledge and construction experience enhance his ability to develop realistic design concepts and solve detailed design problems. Anthony works closely with staff to develop an artistic vision for each project. His experience has allowed him to develop a direct and honest management style that encourages project efficiency and product excellence.



Rebecca Jee Klein is a landscape designer at Studio Bryan Hanes.  She is part of the Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania design team, having recently completed construction documents for the Academy Street Dining and Residences at the University of Delaware.  Prior to joining SBH, Rebecca worked as an architect for several years before returning to graduate school, and was an integral part of the design and implementation of several building projects within the Philadelphia region.  She has a Master of Landscape Architecture and her Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia, receiving honors from both institutions.  She is also a LEED Accredited Professional. 



Amy received her MLA from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a B.A. in American Studies/Environmental Studies from Tufts University.  Prior to working at Studio Bryan Hanes, she interned at Kounkuey Design Initiative, a non-profit design studio, where she worked on projects in Bonneau, Haiti and Coachella, CA and Paxton Gate Landscape Design in San Francisco, CA.  Before moving to Philadelphia, she lived in Los Angeles where she worked in social services, education and public art activism, a background that informs her design approach and aesthetic.