At Seventy Acres our first consideration is building collaborative relationships with our clients.
Our priority is to listen to the needs and wishes for each individual project and bring together
the best possible solutions through our unique, dynamic approach and refined aesthetics.
Nancy King, ASLA, Landscape Architect, LEED AP
Managing the firm’s collaborative design team, Nancy’s professional mission is to reinforce the relationship between people and the environment. She is enthusiastically committed to sustainable and dynamic design solutions.
She is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the CT Green Building Council, theAmerican Planning Association and has served on the Town of Redding, Connecticut Planning Commission since 2004.
Brook Clark, ASLA, Landscape Architect
Brook is a Connecticut native whose appreciation for Landscape Architecture began with hands on experience in a local nursery while obtaining her Bachelors of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut. The New England vernacular has been an inspiration throughout her career in the design of properties both large and small.
Brook prides herself on balancing the needs of a site with the objectives of her client while working in close consultation with other designers and professional. She uses her technical expertise and high attention to detail to craft spaces that enhance people’s interactions with the natural environment.
James Stephens, Associate ASLA, Project Designer
James obtained a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture in 2013 from the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining Seventy Acres, he worked with landscape design firms in Connecticut focusing on residential design. With a keen interest in environmental design, at Seventy Acres James works on residential, institutional and commercial projects from conceptual phase, through construction administration including client presentations and regulatory permitting.
He is an associate member of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Elisa Miret-Pollino, Project Designer
Having studied under the famed English garden designers John Brookes and Rosemary Verey, Elisa specializes in dramatic designs featuring native and adapted plants, shrubs and trees in sustainable landscapes. Her talent distinguishes many of Seventy Acre’s projects and her years of experience include all aspects of design from concept through construction.
She is a member of the Connecticut Green Building Council and currently serves on the Town of Wilton, Connecticut Inland Wetlands Commission.