Cassandra E. McCallum, PLA, ASLA
Landscape Architect & Managing Partner
Designing authentic and refined landscapes for over 10 years, Cassandra's passion for the built environment is fueled by solving environmental challenges in creative, aesthetically pleasing ways with designs that best meet the goals of each client.
Holding a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Degree from the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design, Cassandra is a licenced Landscape Architect in Michigan and in Montana. Prior to establishing an independent practice, Cassandra served as Design Manager at a prestigious design-build company in Northern Michigan, specializing in designing luxury residential landscapes, and design and planning in resort communities.
Her decision to study and practice Landscape Architecture was initially seeded by the desire to create a garden where children's imaginations were encouraged to bloom. Cassandra served in the United States Army, which she credits with reinforcing the important personal characteristics of self-discipline, adaptability, timeliness, and teamwork.
A member of the American Association of Landscape Architects, Cassandra enjoys working on projects of all sizes and complexities, and is particularly adept in leading projects across disciplines, with multiple stakeholders.
W. Bradley McCallum
Having worked in hotel and resort management for over 20 years, Bradley specializes in property optimization for functionality, aesthetic refinement and revenue generation.
A passionate preservationist and deep believer in the power of art in community, Bradley has served as Chair of the Historic District Commission of the City of Mackinac Island, on the Executive Board of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network, and as President of the Mackinac Arts Council.
His interest and passion for the built environment is driven by a particular fascination with the intersection of design aesthetics, functionality and financial sustainability in resort communities.
Bradley offers valuable insight, guidance and consulting on the design approval process of civic and community boards, including Historic District Commissions and Planning Departments.
He is a member of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art; the Congress for the New Urbanism; and the Society Of Architectural Historians; and supports the work of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Cultural Landscape Foundation and the Urban Land Institute.