Bryan 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.


Terra was raised on a farm in North Carolina where she cultivated a sense of connection to the land, a dedication to the stewardship of the natural environment, and energy and passion for work. She received a bachelor's of landscape architecture at North Carolina State University. Inspired by urban and community oriented projects, she has spent the last ten years working in Philadelphia in a number of capacities, including design/build, strategic planning, organizational development, communications, and education. Eager to continue creatively building and facilitating growth, she is currently dedicating her diverse skills and experience to Office Management at Studio | Bryan Hanes. 


Rebekah is a landscape designer at SBH. Prior to her current position she worked as a spatial analyst at Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, interned with the urban forestry consulting team at Morris Arboretum, and handled plant acquisitions for a native-meadow design firm. 

She has a longstanding interest in public engagement with outdoor spaces and joins the studio with two continuing areas of research: design exploration with non-designers through physical models and the political ecology of large-scale federal planting projects. 

Rebekah holds an MLA from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She is a member of the international Society of Arboriculture and an amateur botanist with the Philadelphia Botanical Club.