Miller and Trachtenberg


Jeffrey Miller, ASLA, LEED AP
Jeffrey Miller has over thirty years of experience designing and building environments and
installations on the West Coast. As a licensed landscape architect and landscape contractor,
Jeffrey has worked extensively with non-profit organizations, the business community and
neighborhoods in the design of corporate and university campuses, green schoolyards, open
space and neighborhood parks, multi-family communities, and health care facilities. He has
worked to successfully engage varied groups in the landscape design process transforming
underused urban and public space. He is known for expressive collaborations with artists, youth
groups, and community advocates where landscape is revealed to open it's interactive social
potential. In addition to working to realize esthetic value, Jeffrey strives for sustainability in all of
his projects and is well versed in the evolving palette of construction materials, processes and
the feasibility of reusing existing site materials.

Amy Trachtenberg (b. Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 1955; lives in San Francisco, CA) received a BA in French and Liberal Studies from California State University-Sonoma and the Diplôme d'Art Plastique with honors from L'école Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Her work has been shown in solo and group shows including at: Brian Gross Fine Art, The LAB, The Luggage Store in San Francisco, CA and The San José Museum of Art, The Crocker Museum, The Monterey Museum and is included in collections at The Achenbach Collection at The Museum of Fine Arts San Francisco, The San José Museum of Art and The Haitian Embassy in Paris. Her commissioned works and theater collaborations have been shown and installed at Pixar, Emeryville, CA, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and in and on numerous public buildings.